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1 6 years experience in the education field.

2 Different ways people react to and cope with change The change cycle Practical strategies to make change work: for you your employees your organization

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4 Most difficult to handle Easiest to handle

5 Most difficult to handle Easiest to handle

6 What have we learned about change so far….

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9 Change agent

10 Solution seeker

11 Organizer

12 Data Demander

13 Change agent You say: Why not?  Inventive  Intuitive  Flexible  Fluent  Imaginative  Adventurous  Decisive  Spontaneous  Conceptual  A deal-maker  A risk-taker  A promoter

14  Mechanical  A builder  Hands-on  Technical  A fabricator  Tangible  Tactile  A crafter  A demonstrator  Learns by doing  Visualizes use of space  First gathers tools Solution seeker You say: Show me, don’t tell me

15 Organizer  Efficient  Systematic  Consistent  Methodical  Coordinated  Disciplined  Dependable  Theoretical  Structured  Concise  Meticulous  Organized You say: Yeah, but…

16  Practical  Objective  Investigative  Realistic  Thorough  Inquisitive  Specific  Tactful  Informed  Detailed  Deliberate  Appropriate Data Demander You say: Why?

17 Change agent (Why not?) You may become stressed during organizational change if…  you aren’t involved in making it happen  it doesn’t happen quickly enough  the change imposes a structured way of doing things

18 You may become stressed during organizational change if…  it involves downgrading the materials or tools used to produce a quality product  …yet you probably won’t talk about it and stress won’t be noticed Solution seeker (Show me, don’t tell me)

19 Organizer (Yeah, but…) You may become stressed during organizational change if…  you aren’t told how it fits into the current system that’s in place  there’s no agenda for how it will happen  the change happens without preparation

20 You may become stressed during organizational change if…  you aren’t told why change is necessary, what it involves, what to expect  and, without enough information, you will try to find out the answers or listen to rumors Data Demander Why?

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22 Reaction Uncertainty Clarity Movement Integration Resistance Exit

23 Reaction “Whew!” You’ve got to be *&$# kidding!” “The sky is falling, the sky is falling!” “Let’s see what happens.” “Oh, goodie!”

24 Reaction Uncertainty Will I still have a job? A pay cut? Will I have to move? Who’s making decisions? What do they know about me? Who gained or lost power? Will it have an impact on me?

25 Reaction Uncertainty Clarity downsizing benefits & promotions procedures chain of command expectations

26 Reaction Uncertainty Clarity Movement Staff know how to get things done Staff know what’s expected Vision shared New leaders in place Direction set

27 Reaction Uncertainty Clarity Movement Integration With sabotage With indifference With caution With enthusiasm

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