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Leading Organizational Change Series – Part One

Leading Organizational Change Series – Part One

leading organizational changeLeading organizational change can be hard.  Most people prefer their comfort zone.  Few people have a desire to invest in a new way of doing business or managing employees – especially when they believe that their current way is working for them (“if it ain’t broke don’t fix it”).

Consider this quote from Niccolo Machiavelli who was an Italian philosopher, diplomat, playwright and a civil servant in the Florentine government in Italy way back in the late 1400s:

“There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its success, than to take the lead in the introduction of a new order of things.”

But organizational change can lead to a huge improvement in the organization including the professional development of all employees.  What if a change in your business practices and organization structure led to more contracts, an expanding company, and more money?

Discover the Leadership Tools to Lead Organizational Change

Being the person who initiates the changing process can be difficult, but it is the right thing to do to move with the times and to get ahead in the business race. If an organization has lost its way, maybe it is time to look at innovative, modern business practices, such as reviewing your own personal values.  At Holland Resource, we have the tools and solutions to help you lead change and keep your competitive edge.

Within an organization, internal factors also influence change decisions. Questions like What about seeing a vision of a flawless future? How to encourage struggling staff to complete training courses? How to ensure the company has the right mix of people, Keeping levels of staff motivation at a high, and the change ‘manager’ could also introduce outside influences to revitalize each and every individual.

Follow Our Leading Change Series…

Leading organizational change is easier when you have a road map.  This is the first in a series of articles which focus on each vital part of Leading Change.  We will also expand on key salient points in order to ‘point’ you and your organizations on the path to prosperity.  Exactly how to manage the changing process will be explained, as well as team building, finding a stable place to establish a large market share, and keeping up to date with government policy and thinking.  All of these factors come together in change management and management communication on the way up the ladder to success.  We invite you to follow our posts and join in the discussion as we examine a road map to lead organizational change.  We will discuss topics such as:

  • Leaning into Change through Technology
  • Brainstorming the Economy
  • Jack and the Beanstalk / Your Market Niche – Where is the Connection?
  • Entertain your Clients instead of Failing them
  • Have you Dreamed the Dream or Visualized the Vision?
  • Turn Employee Exasperation into Employee Elation!
  • Facing the Future – Designer Demographics
  • and more….

New focuses equal new opportunities.  Remember as a full pool of water, your organization dries up with no new rainfalls.  Become a Leader, and then advance to a Champion!

Call us now at 1-615-268-8822 for a FREE consultation to discuss your organizational and individual development needs.

Visit us at www.HollandResource.com for more resources that help you manage change and make your vision a reality.