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Lead Change from a Non-Leadership Role

You don’t have to be a formal leader in the organization to lead a change initiative. In fact, research shows that the majority of individuals within an organization support change initiatives more easily and more readily when that change is championed by influential non-leaders in the organization.

Often employees see the need for change before [...]

How Effectively Do You Support Change?

Every individual in an organization has to deal with change at some point. Lately it seems that change is coming at us fast and furious! Your ability to support change within the organization is essential to being seen as a leader within the organization; someone who can adapt and is resilient. Supporting change means you [...]

Is Your Organization Ready for Change?

Before you launch that next big change initiative, consider whether your organization is ready for it. If they aren’t ready and you proceed, you’ll have a difficult time bringing it to a successful conclusion. Take the time before you launch the change initiative to ensure the organization is ready to move forward.

Consider the following:

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Leading Organizational Change: Part 4: Evaluating and Maintaining Change

This is the last part of a 4 part article on how to effectively lead organizational change. Please read Part I, Part II and Part III of this article.

Remember, by following a simple process, we can more effectively and successfully launch organizational change initiatives.

Evaluating and Maintaining the Change

Once you have transferred [...]

Leading Organizational Change: Part 3: Reinforcing the Change

This is Part 3 of a 4 part article on how to effectively lead organizational change. Please read Part I and Part II of this article. Part 4 will focus on best practices to evaluate and maintain the change over time.

By following a simple process, we can more effectively and successfully launch organizational change [...]