Change the organization in a meaningful way together

There are similar reasons why most change initiatives fail: 80% of companies use a top-down, minimal-involvement approach that ignores the concerns of those affected.

In Lead People Through Change®, change is viewed as an opportunity for high-involvement, collaborative leadership involving all parties. Our 30 years of experience leading organizational change have inspired this inclusive approach.

Recent research shows that dialogue between change leaders and employees can increase change success by 34% to 58%, reduce implementation time by 33%, and increase employee engagement by 38%.

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To drive commitment at all levels, open communication is necessary

We know how to get you from where you are to where you need to be during organizational change.

Leaders learn to identify employees' predictable questions and resolve their concerns to increase employee buy-in and commitment to change initiatives.

In addition to our 30 years of change leadership consulting experience, the course builds upon academic research that finds people are less resistant to change when they can share their concerns and receive appropriate leadership.

Delivery Options to Meet Your Needs

Deliver Leading People Through Change in person, as virtual sessions, as part of a learning journey, or in a self-directed online version, so your leaders can learn how to lead change effectively wherever they are and whenever they have time.

1 Day Instructor-led Course

Leading People Through Change can be delivered as a one-day course. This program teaches your leaders how to identify and address stages of concern that employees go through when asked to change and how to use the appropriate change strategy and corresponding behaviors to address that concern. This high-involvement approach decreases the feeling of being controlled and builds momentum for change.

Prework: LAUNCH — Engaging prework assignments, including an assessment, that explain key concepts

Day 1: FRAME — Activities that introduce the Stages of Concern. Explore Information, Personal, and Implementation Concerns.

Day 1: BUILD — Activities based on personal work challenges that develop new skills and introduce the components of a Gap Statement. Share and discuss the sample Gap Statement.

Day 1: STRENGTHEN — Introduces the third leadership strategy: Strengthen. Discuss outcomes and conduct paired discussions about Strengthen leader actions.

Day 1: ENTRUST — Introduces the fourth leadership strategy: Entrust. Describe and discuss outcomes.


To succeed in the future, your organization must understand how to lead through change

Change initiatives that fail or stall waste time and money, lower productivity and engagement, and increase employee turnover.

Learn How To Lead People Through Organizational Change

Keeping up with the competition involves making change a part of a company's corporate culture. To move the entire organization forward, leaders who know how to lead organizational change surface, address employees' concerns, and involve them throughout the process.


Boost buy-in and resilience

The ability to uncover, diagnose, and address people's predictable concerns reduces resistance and increases commitment.


Faster Results

Change initiatives that are led effectively are supported by employees and achieve results more quickly.


Enhance your ability to lead change

Successful companies champion the capacity to change as part of their culture and become more resilient and agile.

Are you ready to get started?

Contact us today to learn how we can help your leaders lead successful organizational change.

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