Most leaders are excellent at driving adaptation in an effort to stay competitive. What they get right is what to change.

What they often get wrong is implementing that change. Shifting a workforce’s resistance to change requires an understanding  of psychological responses to it.

To prevent negative consequences of well-intended change leadership, it’s important to first know why change fails, and then embed a transparent change culture to all levels.

This fast-paced, highly engaging session will provide tools and insights to help leaders guide their organization through the change in a way that minimized resistance and maximized buy-in.

The phases of implementing change

Importance of the “Quiet Phase” in building alignment

Common missteps that inadvertently erode credibility and trust in top leadership

Diagnose where people are in the change process

Moving people forward in the change process

Drive the “why” of change to gain buy-in

The predictable productivity drop and emotional journey


Leading Change Q&A

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