Building acceptance and willingness to change

 
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The business world is littered with examples of change programmes that fail to live up to expectations. Countless studies indicate that it is the in-built human resistance to change that underpins the issue. However while this is universally acknowledged, existing approaches to change often fail master this challenge.

So imagine the positive impact on costs, timescales and overall effectiveness of change if you could create within your workforce:

  • An acceptance and willingness to change.

  • Openness to new ideas and the possibilities offered by change.

  • Active contribution to making it work.

This is where we come in. We we have identified the 4 core mental ‘Abilities’ that are vital to making change work and work with people at all levels to instil these ‘Abilities’. 

Get in contact to find out more about how we can support your change projects.

 
 
Failure is not fatal but failure to change might be

John Wooden, Record Breaking Basketball Coach


 
I appreciate you taking the time to really understand our organisation and to adapting your approach to match exactly what we needed. It was well received by those that participated. I think you have come up with an innovative and yet highly practical way of encapsulating some of the key mental traits of individual performance and effectiveness and the fact I still remember them is a testament to their impact. All the very best for the future
 

David Tetlow, Head of HR, Financial Services Compensation Scheme