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Managing the waves of change

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Julie Hogbin's presentation at Raising the Bar Conference II

Julie Hogbin's presentation at Raising the Bar Conference II

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    Managing the waves of change Managing the waves of change Presentation Transcript

    • © LEVELheaded Welcome to Leading others through change Raising the Bar 11 from Julie Hogbin of ‘ The Magic Rope’
      • Denial
      • Defence
      • Discarding
      • Adaptation
      • Internalisation
      © LEVELheaded The Five Stages of Change
      • Innovator
      • Early Adopter
      • Early Majority
      • Late Majority
      • Change Resister
      © LEVELheaded Timing of Personal Change
      • Change has a lot to do with feelings
      • People need to see clear benefits before moving
      • Most of us prefer to stay where we are (even when the going gets tough)
      • Change does not benefit everyone
      • Feel better if you have power in determining your future
      • Different people respond differently
      © LEVELheaded Findings
    • © LEVELheaded
    • © LEVELheaded Welcome to Leading others through change Raising the Bar 11 from Julie Hogbin of Managing the Waves of Change
    • © LEVELheaded Stewardship
      • What is beneficial over the long term
      • 7 generational thinking
      • Doing what is ‘right’
      • Not what ‘appears’ to be easiest
      • Not for a quick win
      • Not for a popular ‘vote’
      • It is understandable by every person affected
      • It can be explained in less than three minutes
      • It gets a reaction that signifies both understanding and interest
      • It is distinctive from, and compliments, your organisational vision
      © LEVELheaded The Vision Statement
    • Denial Defence Discarding Adaptation Internalisation © LEVELheaded The Five Stages of Change Performance Self esteem
      • At which point would you introduce new policies and procedures in the process?
      • When would you provide support for staff to air their grievances?
      • When would you arrange some form of team or group celebration?
      • When would you encourage team members to try new ideas?
      • When would you allow people to influence the proposed change?
      © LEVELheaded Questions
      • Intelligible information
      • Opportunity to develop new skills
      • Encouragement to try out:-
          • New systems
          • New processes
          • New procedures
      • Empathy and understanding from management
      © LEVELheaded Rebuilding Self Esteem
    • © LEVELheaded When People Change 3% 13% 24% 44% 16%   Innovators Late Majority Change Resistors Early Majority Early Adopters
      • What is the culture of your organisation?
      • What are the norms & values?
      • Where are the power networks?
      • What communication methods are in use?
      © LEVELheaded What is Your Submerged Iceberg?
    • ‘ Be the change you want to see in the world’ Ghandi © LEVELheaded
    • © LEVELheaded