Cultural change has never been easy for organisations and it breaks our heart hearing stories of change failure.
Our recently published eBook titled How To Avoid Cultural Change Failure is jam-packed with actionable insights and practical tips.
Today I’ve got a little gift for you.
It is our latest tool from the EXCELerate lab: The Business Change Checklist
When a business transitions, the impacted stakeholder groups need to be prepared and ready for the change.
Change is associated with innovation, opportunity, evolution, future, growth, and progress. Yet, we know that change has a different flavour for everyone.
Are you wondering what type of change leader you are?
Do this fun quiz and find out. It’s FREE!
In recent years, we have seen that traditional approaches to leadership have become ineffective. Change leadership is a new approach that empowers leaders with highly transferable and future-ready skills. Combined with other emerging trends such as continuous improvement, customer-centred design, digitalisation, and the lean management style, change leadership can help leaders create an ideal environment for their businesses and teams to innovate and grow.
If no one is using the new process, system or if people don’t want to be part of the (de-)merger, then you have achieved the project goal without realising its ROI. Excellent change management ensures that the solution that your project is implementing is adapted and used.
This QRG will guide you to register a free account, log in to the Approach Services website and get a certificate after completing a workshop from the EXCELerate Change Leadership Program.
Are your leaders capable of driving business change in an agile and resilient way? Do they recover fast from challenges? In this blog post, we will share all you need to know about business change.
Changes are often met with resistance and fight, flight, freeze reactions. As a result, individuals that fight and freeze under uncertainty experience high levels of stress. Our 4F model explains how people react to change.
I had just added another spoon of coleslaw to my plate when Mark squeezed through to the BBQ and started to small talk. It didn’t take us long to find common ground because, like so many organisations, Mark’s employer was going through major changes.
There are 450 million people affected by mental health around the world, and 1 out of 4 people will experience it at some point in their life. A common place for mental health is unfortunately the workplace. In order to improve the wellbeing of people and organisations, we must understand the extent of the problem we are facing first.
Kathleen seized the annual celebration of women in business as an opportunity to sit down with our very own co-founder, Eva Sayem to talk about her experience working in male-dominant workplaces and juggling motherhood and running a business. We might be biased but we think she is incredibly inspiring!
We live in the information age. Information is vast, everywhere and is constantly being created, copied, re-invented and altered. No wonder that one person alone cannot hold all the knowledge and skills required for a job. 20 years ago a study concluded that people held about 15-20% of the information and skills required for a job internally and resourced the rest from outside.