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Change Diagnostic

Most businesses invest significant time, effort and money in change initiatives, but a lot of these fail to deliver as expected. If you are wondering how, why or where you have got stuck we are able to offer you a Change Diagnostic that will help pinpoint your problems.

We offer 3 levels of diagnostic:-

Level 1: this is entirely free, and can be conducted over the phone if required. It takes about an hour with the business leader

Level 2: this involves interviewing the leadership team (assuming this is not more than 6 people) and is available at a fixed cost of 1,500

Level 3: this is for more complex situations where it is necessary to also speak to a cross section of levels in the business, and includes a comprehensive report on findings and problem areas.

Pinpointing the sticking points it allows you to focus you resources where they will make most difference, and to adopt the appropriate style required to be effective.

Call us now to find out how we can help you identify your change challenge.

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