Leading People through Change – Ken Blanchard
Leading People through Change teaches leaders how to identify and address the typical questions that employees raise during a change, as well as how to use the appropriate change strategy and corresponding behaviors to resolve concerns. These change management strategies are used to address the most common causes of failure in an organization and to adapt to the predictable stages of concern. The model that is presented in this program can be applied to all types of change efforts, including mergers and acquisitions, business process reengineering, sales force expansion, and technology implementations.
Our learning design is based on research which shows that people affected by change show greater buy in and are less resistant when they are actively involved and have opportunities to influence the change process each step of the way. Contrary to popular belief, people do not resist change; they resist being controlled.