Building a team of change leaders

When You need it?

When You need it?

Every manager had to face difficulties in implementing change. In particular, if the changes pertain to a number of areas within a company, an interdisciplinary team comes in handy, which is able to, and more importantly, wants to, implement changes. We identify, prepare and set in motion teams, sometimes referred to as “change commandos” by our customers. These individuals are open to change and well prepared to plan it, implement it and then maintain in the desired state for long enough to allow the rest of the organisation to build new habits.

When do we apply it?

When do we apply it?

We advise building a team of change leaders in a situation, where long-term changes or ones which affect many parts of the given organisation are necessary or expected. It is an investment which will bear interest for many years to come. A well-prepared team will cope with all sorts of challenges, from process changes, through implementing a new product or service all the way to a restructuring or acquisition.

How does it work?

How does it work?

We can spot change adepts already during trainings, which usually mark the start of a project. We know how to provoke a team, so that characteristics specific to change leaders come to the fore. They will acquire the necessary skills during training and in practice, co-organising and so-running kaizen workshops together with experienced consultants. We gradually increase the difficulty level of the challenges they face, whilst at the same time we provide the required knowledge and support. We also ensure that managers skilfully support their change leaders on their development paths. The team of change leaders meets regularly, to exchange experiences, learn and celebrate successes together.

Benefits

Benefits

The change leaders’ programme generates numerous benefits to both managers as well as employees:

  • A manager has a person or team trained and prepared to solve problems and implement changes at their disposal.
  • Managers and leaders have an opportunity to develop professionally as well as personally.
  • The company is able to continually improve based on its own resources.
  • The company is more flexible and ready to absorb changes (e.g. in the event of a re-organization or an acquisition)

 

 

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