7 Fun and Engaging Change Management Exercises

4.5 / 5 ( 57 votes ) The widely-accepted theory of change is that we all have a natural human tendency to resist it. But organizations must change in order to thrive in an always changing market. So how do we deal with change in a productive and non-threatening way? From Kotter’s 8-Step Process for

4 Phases of Employee Distress & How to Handle Them

5 / 5 ( 2 votes ) Oftentimes employees react negatively when hearing about a proposed organizational change because a fear of the unknown. Let’s take a look at four main phases that employees typically go through during periods of organizational change and how you can best handle them. 1. We’re Doing WHAT? The Initial

4 Barriers To Organizational Change

4.5 / 5 ( 22 votes ) “Staying in business” is a misleading phrase. The “staying” part implies that your business should be still. Rather, it should be “Keeping up with business” or at least “Staying in the race of business” to incorporate the reality that a business needs to change to be successful. Why?