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A quick look at people issues, when leading organizational change. The basics can be overlooked in complex situations. Prepared as part of the ILM Level 7 Strategic Leadership course.

A quick look at people issues, when leading organizational change. The basics can be overlooked in complex situations. Prepared as part of the ILM Level 7 Strategic Leadership course.


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  • 1. Leading People Through Change Presentation by: Ms. Funmi Ade Ms. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 1 reference & copy of various sources)
  • 2. Change Unsatisfactory Present – Excellent Satisfaction (Alternative) Need for things to be different. The desire for a better future state•Organizational Implications•Magnitude of Change•Project management capacity of organisationImperatives: Type of Organizational Culture Task Culture Role Culture Person Culture Power Culture Ms. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 2 reference to various sources)
  • 3. Types of ChangeIncremental Evolution Adaptation Big Bang Revolution Reconstruction Transformation Realignment = End Result Ms. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 3 reference to various sources)
  • 4. 7 S Model of Change StyleStrategy Skills Shared values Staff Systems Structure Ms. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 4 reference to various sources)
  • 5. People – the key to success- Internal Ms. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 5 reference to various sources)
  • 6. People- Stakeholders - ExternalStakeholders- Determine Concern Impact ConfidenceIndividuals Issues High Major Very confidentOrganisations Some Fairly  Technical MediumGroups- Minor Not at all  Process Low  People Indifferent None Consumers, suppl iers, interest  Environment groups Important: Stakeholder external & internal not mutually exclusive Ms. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 6 reference to various sources)
  • 7. Influencing People Minimising Resistance Engaging and Maximising Motivation ANTI PROCHANGE CHANGE FORCE TRADE PERSUADE INVOLVE COMMUNICATE Ms. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 7 reference to various sources)
  • 8. People Considerations• Capacity – do people have the skills, knowledge, ability to change?• Psychology –  are people emotionally ready to change?  Letting go of the past  Ready for the future• Failing to manage the psychological process causes resistance to change; awareness of negatives should be factored in Ms. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 8 reference to various sources)
  • 9. AnalyzeMs. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 9 reference to various sources)
  • 10. The Change Agent- (some) Styles of Leadership1. Visionary Leadership – Leader sets direction by creating a vision that engages people. People share the dream. Conclusion from the study authors: this best practice leadership style is probably the overall most effective style, especially the higher in the organization one progresses.2. Democratic – Inclusion and participation show that each member is valued by this leader. This is particularly effective when the leader is genuinely looking for ideas or seeking to secure buy-in for a potential change. At some point, however, if consensus cannot be reached the leader must make the decision and move ahead. 6. Commanding – Leader provides clear direction and makes all decisions. It can be useful temporarily in a crisis, to jump-start a new initiative, or with a problem employee, but use of the commanding style should be very limited.3. Commanding – Leader provides clear direction and makes all decisions. It can be useful temporarily in a crisis, to jump-start a new initiative, or with a problem employee, but use of the commanding style should be very limited. Ms. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 10 reference to various sources)
  • 11. Inspire a Shared Vision The Kouzes and Posner Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership 1 of the set of attributes practice- rate yourself and develop leadership PDPNo ATTRIBUTES Score1 Be clear about the strengths of the past.2 Be aware of the values and motivations of those with whom you work.3 Construct a vision statement, and have others add their feedback.4 Keep your eye on the big picture, and keep heading on that path.5 Speak positively.6 Listen first and often. Ms. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 11 reference to various sources)
  • 12. www.topformti.comWe deliver the ILM Strategic Leadership…….Inspirational transformations at senior level Ms. Funmi Ade- Leadership (acknowledge 12 reference to various sources)