Change Management Toolkit Benefits

By |2020-01-29T12:46:21+11:00January 29th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|

BENEFITS

  • Based on best-practice change management processes
  • Leverages the natural structure and flow of the change process
  • Guides you through each step of the change process
  • Helps you ask the right questions at each step of the process
  • Practical
  • Easy-to-use
  • Scaleable
  • Apply to any change project
  • Copy and use the toolkit for different change projects
  • Based on 20 years of research and development

BENEFITS

  • Based on best-practice change management processes
  • Leverages the natural structure and flow of the change process
  • Guides you through each step of the change process
  • Helps you ask the right questions at each step of the process
  • Practical
  • Easy-to-use
  • Scaleable
  • Apply to any change project
  • Copy and use the toolkit for different change projects
  • Based on 20 years of research and development

FEATURES

  • Builds in the latest understandings in the psychology of change, change fitness, and change readiness
  • Includes a change management dashboard to track your progress
  • A detailed electronic toolkit containing step-by-step guidelines, tips, and watch-outs
  • A comprehensive set of templates to help you manage your project
  • A printable version of all the guidelines and templates you can use on the fly
  • This is a 21st century toolkit for managing change

You Are the Magic

By |2020-01-20T10:13:45+11:00January 20th, 2020|Categories: Change Fitness|

You Are the Magic

Have you ever felt like you’re not very important? I think most of us feel like that from time to time. I know I have – many times.

It’s easy to feel down on yourself sometimes. Perhaps you feel no one listens to you or cares what you think. Maybe you think no one understands you. Or perhaps you’ve been working very hard on something, yet nobody shows much interest in it.

Whether we’re:

  • building our business,
  • advancing our career,
  • working on our relationships,
  • looking to make new friends,
  • improving our health,
  • or working on other goals

we need to always keep one idea in the front of our minds.

‘I am the magic.’

That’s it.

If I’m going to achieve my goals, it’s up to me to make it happen.

It’s good to have other people who will look out for you and offer support. But others – even close friends and family – are ultimately responsible for their own lives, not yours.

We have to learn to stand on our own feet. If we want all these ‘better’ things, we need to become ‘better’ people. We need to grow and expand. We need to invest in ourselves.

Some people invest in a new car or some other toy to make them feel better about not achieving other things they really want. But smart people know to invest in themselves. They know that they are the magic.

In my opinion, one of the best investments you can make in yourself lies in improving your change fitness. By improving your capacity to succeed at change, you unlock doors to many other things you want from life.

Whether that be a better business, career, relationship, or health, becoming more successful at change makes all those things more within your reach.

You are the magic. Develop your change fitness and go for what you really want.

Written by Dr Steve Barlow

Why a Business Analyst’s Change Readiness Assessment is Crucial

By |2020-01-16T09:36:43+11:00January 16th, 2020|Categories: Change Readiness|

One of The Change Gym’s Directors, Dr Steve Barlow, was recently featured in an article about organisational change readiness. You can read the article below, and then follow the link to the original article written by Paul Crosby.

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Founders and entrepreneurs often have dozens of good ideas at any one time about how they can move their companies forward. They know that their businesses need to evolve if they are going to stay competitive and grow. However, constant change can wear employees down — and might not be right for the organization in the moment. This is where a change readiness assessment comes in. Learn more about this tool and how business analysts use it to evaluate a company’s capability to handle change. 

What Is a Change Readiness Assessment? 

A change readiness assessment highlights potential problems facing the company as it goes through changes and provides insight into how ready it is for change. Read More >>