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I-Change helps leaders with Change Management by working with them to clarify, develop and implement their plans. We make Change actually happen. In the real corporate world it is all about people and their motivation rather than theories, models and programmes.
Leading & facilitating Change is an art rather than a science. In order to do this you must create an environment where people are able to safely communicate what they want, need and fear. We specialise in building this environment and nurturing the skills that maintain it.
We firstly bring clarity & insight for business leaders by identifying:
Leaders tell us that they value using us as a sounding board. We enable them to find the space to be objective and creative, to focus on the things that really matter, to challenge their thinking and, when necessary, we can provide additional resources to maintain the focus on Change whilst they have to fire-fight. We do all this in a variety of different ways, including:-
Increasingly, we find that business leaders ask us to coach / mentor them, in order to help them to build effective teams, create a conducive environment and enable them to lead & implement Change.
Long term partnering is core to our philosophy, ensuring that we always seek win:win solutions. Change is cyclical and no matter how successful you are this time round, you need to be able to sustain the gains and maintain enthusiasm for what comes nextů.
Following the course at Henley, Richard has supported and coached me through the assessments and also through the period of uncertainty and change within the business. Richards's comfortable and relaxed style helped me work through new evaluation techniques and models. - General Manager - Estates National Grid Wireless
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Of the forces which are imperceptible forces, none is greater than that of change ... all things are ever in the state of change ... therefore the I of the past is no longer the I of today. - Chang-tzu, 3rd century commentary