The most critical challenge organisations face is the people – their fear, anxiety, loss of motivation and feelings of incompetence. Organisations don’t change, until the people do.
90% of organisational change initiatives fail to achieve their objectives.
The great challenge of change lies in the complex interaction between people, culture, technology, structure, processes, incentives and information flows that enable an organisation to get things done. And the most critical challenge of them all is the people – their fear, anxiety, loss of motivation and feelings of incompetence. Because organisations don’t change, until the people do.
Lasting and impactful change is driven by a number of factors – from global competition to new technologies, regulatory frameworks or demographic shifts – and the response to these influences needs to be managed in a way which reduces fear and uncertainty, maintaining productivity and supporting the workforce through the process.
We work with individuals, teams and organisations to manage:
Change is never a straightforward process – but when change is inevitably approaching and people don’t feel they are being guided honestly, they become uncertain, anxious and defensive. Our support enables your leaders to manoeuvre through this process, honestly and fairly informing and guiding their workforce, and limiting the negative impact on the organisation, ensuring the lasting impact of change as a positive force.
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