Workshop: Building Support for Change
70% of change efforts fail
Failed attempts to make major change and improvements
“stick” are painfully common today in organizations. They
waste resources and add to the problems the change
was intended to solve.
Resistance is the culprit
Whether it is reengineering, restructuring, TQM, 360 appraisal,
etc, all often fall short of expectations. The downfall of
these usually technically-sound change attempts, can be traced
in large part to resistance to change that was
not isolated and effectively managed. Both management/ change
leaders and employees experience this resistance.
Building Support for Change is the solution
This workshop offers a way to overcome this all-too-prevalent
problem. "Building Support for Change" is a process
designed for organizational leaders, formal and informal,
who are interested in leading change efforts that “stick”
so that the hoped for and expected benefits of the change
program can be realized.
- More change projects are successful.
- An understanding of how resistance to change can
affect the success of any change effort, throughout
the entire change process.
- An understanding of the specific tasks a change
leader must perform, including how to dissolve resistance
to each task.
- A personal action plan for each leader for identifying
and managing his/her own resistance.
- A leadership action plan, including time schedule,
for implementing the change.
- Senior Managers
- Middle Managers
- HR Managers
- Informal Leaders