Change Management: Learning Change
It’s not for nothing that change projects have a mixed reputation: no matter how large the projected return on investment is, they rarely deliver on the promise. In most cases, a dearth of success stems from a lack of acceptance for the measures—one of the crucial success factors in a change process.
Communication is (Not) Everything
Communication is often touted as the cure-all in change processes. That’s only half the truth. Successful change occurs at two levels: the strategic level and the emotional level. Often companies fail to emotionally involve their employees so that they experience themselves as part of the story. This isn’t something that happens at the event where management rolls out a new strategy. In order for your employees to become change agents who drive change themselves, we start with the individual motivation of people and teams. With our Commitment Map, we identify the appropriate impact levers that will enable your company to implement the measures that will have the greatest possible effect.
Long-Term Behavioural Change Yields Measurable Results
The next step is to translate the new strategy into feasible actions that produce measurable results every day. Our methodology supports long-term behavioural change and ensures that your strategy is transformed into habits and ultimately into measurable results. We support the process with an overall concept of teambuilding measures that allow your employees and managers to experience the new corporate culture together. We recommend our High Performance Team Coaching Programme for managers who want to spur the change process.