Change happens all the time whether we want it to or not; just look in the mirror if you don't believe me! All leaders are busy trying to either make things that need improving better, act on new opportunities or ensure that the wrong sort of change doesn't happen in something that works well (like when you get your car serviced). So Change Management is really a core management skill these days.
However, it is also a fundamental truth that we are all, to lesser or greater degrees, change averse, and resistance happens whenever Change threatens. We offer insight, support and help in this process in the form of Change Consulting. Over many years, we are used to spotting sticking points and helping to 'unjam' them; to acting as a sounding board to leaders as to where to focus their efforts and how to get maximum pay-back for their always valuable time.
We all know that the essence of Change, and the toughest part to get right, is the people part. As experts in the Fight or Flight mechanism, which is triggered by Change, we can help you and them to through this process. Like someone once said "if you aren't scared, you just don't get it!"
We also provide Change Management.
Here are a series of articles on Change.
Here is a link to our Change Model.
You may be interested to read more about Business Change on our blog; here are relevant postings.
Testimonial: "The results of this project have far exceeded our expectations. Richard's mix of people skills & experience of "hands-on" change management took us through the process of change step-by-step, encouraging buy-in and accountability from all." Baker Tilly, Office Managing Partner
Only one other organisation I know could have designed and facilitated this so well ... and they no longer exist - Senior Cap Gemini Consultant
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Society, community, family are all conserving institutions. They try to maintain stability, and to prevent, or at least to slow down, change. But the organization of the post-capitalist society of organizations is a destabilizer. Because its function is to put knowledge to work -- on tools, processes, and products; on work; on knowledge itself -- it must be organized for constant change. - Peter F. Drucker