Bookmark This! Change Management Edition

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I’ve been hearing lots of conversation about change. Whether it’s organizations that need to change OR departments that want to be more agile so they can respond to change OR individuals who want to create a change in their lives. Change is hard. Typically, change involves developing new habits and routines. If change wasn’t hard enough, the speed in which we must adjust to change can be even more difficult. The post Bookmark This!

The Importance of Coaching in Change Management

Center for Coaching

Change Management calls for creating buy-in to change and how to achieve it successfully. While trainers or advisors often say what they think is the best course of action, coaches engage with questions so their clients will decide what to do or how to do it. Coaching does not give people the answers; instead, it is a process for clients to process the situation and decide what to do for themselves. That’s the game-changer.”.

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The Role of Coaching in Change Management

Center for Coaching

Change practitioners wear many hats. Their role is dependent on the project, organization, and overall change capability of the leaders and people within the company. The mosaic of responsibilities varies from project to project, and change practitioners may be involved in each of these roles – either at different points in the project or at the same time: Auditor : Gather and evaluate data on the state of a change or organization.

Read These Top Articles For Leadership Development And Change Management

15Five

Type “leadership” into the search bar on Amazon and prepare to sift through more than 70,000 titles. Countless more articles, theses, and treatises on the topic have been written by savants from Cicero to Machiavelli to Lincoln. Again, thousands of people across thousands of years have documented their two cents on the subject. And while a search for “change management” produced only 10,000 titles, that subject is quickly playing catch-up.

Change Management: Better Coaching, Better Results

Employee Communications Council

Change management is a necessary and sometimes messy part of HR’s job within any organization. These days, workplaces and companies have to change quickly or be left behind. Employee communications initiatives and software tools can help, but studies show that the best way to engage your employees and move them through transition is with coaching. Change Management Research: Coaching is Key. The Right Stuff. Help Your Managers.

January: The 13 best Change Management resources

All about Human Capital

The only constant is change” This quote from the Greek philosopher Heraclitus is more true than ever. But change will come. So, it is ever more important that we keep abreast of new knowledge that can help us support the changes.

Positive Change Management Starts With Yourself

ATD Human Capital

Do you naturally look for ways such circumstances will benefit your learning and development ? Cultivating this positivity can help us manage the emotions that come along with change. Change is inevitable, but suffering with the change is self-induced. By cultivating a positive mindset, we can train our minds to see the change as something we can cope with, adapt to, and make the best of—even if that means simply learning from it.

A Methodical and Scientific Approach to Professional Development Coaching

Career Partners International

Career Partners International has partnered with LeaderAmp to design PowerAmp Coaching. PowerAmp Coaching is the world’s first professional development coaching program delivered by trained coaches augmented by rigorously created Artificial Intelligence.

October: The 17 best Change Management articles, videos and podcasts

All about Human Capital

Change Management resources are getting better and better. Indeed, there has never been a better time to ‘get nerdy’ about Change Management. Change Management is a broad field, and this month’s edition is a reflection of that.

November: The 13 best Change Management articles, videos and podcasts

All about Human Capital

Change Management must adapt and change itself. Yes, human nature is the same as it has always been, and we are dealing with people, but how we do it [change management] must change. How do we use change management to work effectively at home?

September: The 14 best Change Management articles, podcasts, and videos

All about Human Capital

In some countries, the first wave is still the main challenge. In other places – Europe in particular – the second wave of lockdowns are now affecting us. This is the biggest change I have ever experienced. But that is not the only challenge we face.

The Difference Between Change Management and Change Leadership

Eagle's Flight

Change is inevitable, and for organizations everywhere, things are moving faster than ever before. Whether it is a result of organizational initiatives, a merger or acquisition, a leadership transition, or simply shifting market conditions, it isn’t about if, or even when change will occur.

December: The 11 best Change Management articles, videos and podcasts

All about Human Capital

When we entered 2020, none of us expected change to accelerate quite as dramatic as it did, that the level of uncertainty would skyrocket (thereby making clear communication a must), or that how we must do change management also would change. Coach sponsors.

July: The 10 best Change Management articles, podcasts, and videos

All about Human Capital

This is a collection of my 10 favourite change management articles posted in July 2020. I hope that you will find them useful if you share my passion; change management. Check out my LinkedIn history to see the same lists for June and the rest of the year.

A New Change Management Model: Change From the Inside-Out

Inpower Coaching

Last year I wrote an article on this blog called Reframing Change Management Theory as an Act of Creation , which summarizes how I’ve come to approach change management in my capacity as a coach and consultant. Having helped people and organizations through change all my working life, I’ve come to see the holes in many of the current paradigms. There’s actually nothing wrong with the existing change management models as they are.

The Many Benefits of Coaching Employees

Workplace Psychology

Coaching is helping another person reach higher levels of effectiveness by creating a dialogue that leads to awareness and action.” When an employee has the skills and ability to complete the task at hand, but for some reason is struggling with the confidence, focus, motivation, drive, or bandwidth to be at their best, coaching can help.” Included in the list are benefits to the recipient (i.e., Improved learning. More time for the manager.

Strategies for Coaching Leaders

Center for Coaching

Their role in a change project is essential, and at the same time, their calendar is often filled with essential responsibilities that extend beyond the change initiative. For Sheila Fain , CEO of LaMarsh Global, coaching is an opportunity to “explore information and perspectives they may not otherwise reflect on.”. Change practitioners can identify risks, potential outcomes, and options. – Register for the workshop.

Reframing Change Management Theory as an Act of Creation

Inpower Coaching

As a technology and marketing professional, an executive coach and a human recovering from trauma, I have studied change ever since I can remember. In fact, change and transformation have become my personal way of life and nothing gives me more pleasure than helping others learn to walk this path without the shock and confusion that usually accompanies significant transitions in our lives and work. Creating Change Intentionally.

5 strategies for improving change management at your organization

Ceridian

One of the keys to success in human capital management is maintaining a certain level of consistency. You want people to be able to come into the office each day, settle into a routine and work productively. Having said this, the truth is that sometimes change is essential in business. Things happen all the time, forcing companies to adjust – new technologies, innovative work strategies and changes brought about by personnel moves are all common.

4 Things To Do Before Implementing Online Leadership Training

Eagle's Flight

The consequences of poor leadership can cost organizations millions of dollars each year. From frontline managers all the way up to the executive team, all leaders possess an important responsibility in inspiring, motivating, and coaching employees, which is even more important during.

What is a Real Agile Coach?

Culture Counts

In a nutshell, a real Agile coach is one who embodies the mindset and principles of agile culture in everyday life: continuously learning and improving, curious, customer-focused, collaborative. “Fake Agile” As a result, in comes the term “Fake Agile.”

June: The 10 best Change Management articles, podcasts, and videos

All about Human Capital

I post the best change management articles, podcasts and videos each month. Because although our discipline is maturing, we need to share our knowledge and experience with each other so change management becomes a must-have in all organisations.

6 Training Ideas for a Smoother HR Technology Rollout

Visier

Training colleagues to use a new HR technology can be daunting and there is a lot of pressure to get it right. If users feel frustrated and uncertain while using a new tool, such as a people strategy platform , they may return to the old methods of figuring out their HR data despite how antiquated or cumbersome they are. As a trainer, before you step into a classroom prepare yourself with these six training ideas: 1. The “issue” was resolved in a single mouse click.

Middle Managers – The Critical (Weak) Link of Change Management

Inpower Coaching

Certainly anyone in charge of change management would want to say yes to this question, but as anyone who is actually in charge of corporate culture knows, it’s harder than it looks. I like to think of corporate culture as the de facto unconscious mind of a group of people, because much like the unconscious of an individual, it’s hard to pin down and even harder to shift or change. Middle Managers Are the Key to Change.

Essential Qualities of Highly Successful Online Sales Training

Eagle's Flight

The level of disruption to the sales environment today is immense, with sales practices that would have been industry leading 10-15 years ago quickly becoming irrelevant. Start with the sales leaders. Communicate why training is happening and the benefits regularly.

What Needs to Be In Place For An Organization to Be Dialogic

Conversation Matters

This blog post is the fourth in a series of posts on dialogue. In the first, “ The Most Important Knowledge KM is Ignoring ,” I explain that the way we talk in organizations too often prevents us from solving the most challenging problems we face. In the second, “ An Organization That Changed Its Culture by Implementing Dialogue, ” I offer a brief case study of an organization, The Virginia Department of Corrections, that has implemented dialogue at every level.

The Right Coach Matters

Lee Hecht Harrison

The right coach often requires executives to select a coach who is different from them. Like the other day, I received a call from one of the organizations where we have multiple coaching engagements. The VP of Talent was at her wits end. She was extremely frustrated because one of the executives who needed coaching kept rejecting all of the coaches she put forward. He simply wanted a coach that understood the business.

6 Training Ideas for a Smoother HR Technology Rollout

Visier

Training colleagues to use a new HR technology can be daunting and there is a lot of pressure to get it right. If users feel frustrated and uncertain while using a new tool, such as a workforce intelligence (WFI) solution , they may return to the old methods of figuring out their HR data despite how antiquated or cumbersome they are. As a trainer, before you step into a classroom prepare yourself with these six training ideas. Adapt to different learning styles.

What’s your superpower? Mine is asking questions.

CultureIQ

Everyone has the ability and superpower to ask questions. Questions are the gateway to information, sharing, and understanding. As we know with the world today, things can change rapidly and without warning. It can immediately create rapport and build the relationship.

3 Reasons Physical Offices & Face-to-Face Meetings Are Not Going Away

Workplace Psychology

The traditional, physical office is not going away any time soon despite advances in technology allowing people to work remotely , either at a home office, coworking space, virtual office, or another remote location (such as a coffee shop, library, or bookstore). 96% of employees in the U.S.

Pygmalion Effect – A Leader’s Attitude and Expectation Set the Tone

Workplace Psychology

In the book, Extreme Ownership , Leif Babin (a U.S. Navy SEAL officer who was a SEAL instructor overseeing the Junior Officer Training Course in the Naval Special Warfare Training Center) shared a story about the performances of two boat crews during Hell Week. A SEAL senior chief officer (one of the SEAL instructors) suggested that they swap out the boat crew leaders from the best and worst crews and see what happens.

Change Management Essentials - 5 Things To Avoid

QAspire

Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Change Management Essentials - 5 Things To Avoid Most organizational/team improvement initiatives we undertake involve change - from current state of affairs to desired state. Change is hard and painful and necessary for growth/survival. But remember - the best way to eat an elephant is one piece at a time. Unless there is enough buy-in for a change, it does not happen. But why do we change, you may ask!

Reasons Why People Resist or Support Organizational Change

Workplace Psychology

Change Management | Credit: annatodica. “Change can generate deep resistance in people and in organizations, thus making it difficult, if not impossible, to implement organizational improvements.” So what does a review of the research literature tell us about why people resist change? Four Reasons Why People Resist Organizational Change (Oreg, Vakola, & Armenakis, 2011): 1. Level of Trust in Management & Organization.

Reasons Why People Resist or Support Organizational Change

Workplace Psychology

Change Management | Credit: annatodica. “Change can generate deep resistance in people and in organizations, thus making it difficult, if not impossible, to implement organizational improvements.” So what does a review of the research literature tell us about why people resist change? Four Reasons Why People Resist Organizational Change (Oreg, Vakola, & Armenakis, 2011): 1. Level of Trust in Management & Organization.

Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE)

Workplace Psychology

Bearded man makes business in the web | Credit: golero. Interestingly, much of the research on ROWE has been coming from the field of sociology. The seeds of ROWE began in 2001 when a leader at Best Buy corporate headquarters needed help to make Best Buy a top choice among talented people who were seeking jobs. ” Employees who were in the pilot program were happier and more productive and they didn’t want it to end (Ressler & Thompson, 2008).

Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE)

Workplace Psychology

Bearded man makes business in the web | Credit: golero. Interestingly, much of the research on ROWE has been coming from the field of sociology. The seeds of ROWE began in 2001 when a leader at Best Buy corporate headquarters needed help to make Best Buy a top choice among talented people who were seeking jobs. ” Employees who were in the pilot program were happier and more productive and they didn’t want it to end (Ressler & Thompson, 2008).

Layoffs (Usually) Don’t Work and Why They Harm More Than Help

Workplace Psychology

“Layoffs are mostly bad for companies, harmful for the economy, and devastating for employees.” In December 2017, I (along with many of my colleagues) got laid off by the parent company that had acquired our smaller company in 2014. Thus, when they began implementing mass layoffs, and eventually laying off almost everyone in the company, it came as quite a shock. Downsizing is the planned elimination of jobs or positions (Cascio, 2016).