These days, most people recognize that their organizations are undergoing change at a pace and scale never before experienced in history. The facts of the matter are, all organizations must keep reshaping themselves, shifting and flexing to fit a rapidly changing world. That's the only way they can hope to survive in a fiercely competitive environment.
The leaders of change inevitably display impatience and frustration when employees are slow to get on board and move with the change. What they miss is the fact that they themselves may have spent many months warming up to the latest change initiative, planning the change and visualizing its implementation prior to announcing the details to the work force.
Failure to successfully implement change can be devastating to an organization and can result in considerable "people breakage" along the way. CRI's "Coping With Change" seminar will help executives in their efforts to "create change." It will assist managers with their responsibilities to "lead change." And, it will enable employees to more quickly "adapt to change." Topics include the following: