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    • 1. Leading Change: The Role of a Leader in Helping Employees Embrace Change
    • 2. Opening Thoughts
    • 3. Eight Stage Process of Creating Major Change
    • 4. Un-Readiness for Change Too many initiatives happening at once. Past problems – miscommunicated or botched initiatives. A belief that the initiative is not good for the organization. Inappropriate communications about the change effort. An inappropriate change effort. The belief that if people keep their heads down, "this too shall pass." Groups of people or key individuals opposed to the change. The belief that there is no need for change. Inaccurate rumors about the change effort.
    • 5. Stages of Change Shock stage: Initial paralysis at hearing the bad news. Denial stage: Trying to avoid the inevitable. Anger stage: Frustrated outpouring of bottled-up emotion. Bargaining stage: Seeking in vain for a way out. Depression stage: Final realization of the inevitable. Testing stage: Seeking realistic solutions. Acceptance stage: Finally finding the way forward.
    • 6. Seven Dynamics of Change
    • 7. Readiness for Change
    • 8. Stages of Successful Change
    • 9. The Learning Departmen
    • 10. It’s Not Magic and Witchcraft
    • 11. Bandura’s Research
    • 12. Bandura’s Research
    • 13. Confirmation Bias "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." Niccalo Machiavelli,
    • 14. Common Characteristics of Successful Change Efforts
    • 15. Recovery Tactics
    • 16. Organizational Politics
    • 17. Change Planning
    • 18. Change Check List
    • 19. Questions?
    • 20. Summary
    • 21. References