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Managing Change Facilitated by Rachel White
Poor planning No vision Poor communication Lack of stakeholder involvement Lack of resources Lack of clarity Insufficient resources Strong resistance No congruence
Circle of Influence Circle of concern
Circle of Influence Circle of Concern
Dai Williams Report from the strategic planning journal Futures, Vol.31 (6) August 1999,
Response to Change ?????
Esther Cameron and Mike Green Response to Change Nature of the Change Consequences of the change Type of individual Organizational History Individual History
Knowledge Experience Capacity Trust Capabilty Energy
saboteursgroupies double agents mavericks Team
Bruce Tuckman FormingStormingNorming Performing
Hersey and Blanchards TellingSellingParticipatingDelegating
Team DevelopmentLeadership Style FormingStormingNormingPerforming TellingSellingParticipatingDelegating
Intrapersonal + Interpersonal = EI This is the outer intelligence we use to read, sense, understand and manage our relationships with other people This is the inner-intelligence we use to know, understand and motivate ourselves
Self Awareness Emotional self awareness Accurate self assessment Self confidence Self Managemen t Self control Transparency Adaptability Achievement Initiative Optimism Social Awareness Empathy Organisational awareness Service Relationship Managemen t Inspiration Influence Developing others Change catalyst Conflict management Teamwork and collaboration
Appreciate individual skills, knowledge and capabilities Make time to get to know them and actively listen to what they have to say You dont have to be best mates to have a good relationship Seek early solutions when you disagree Create social time Give feedback Seek opinions Support when times are tough Recognise individuality Show courtesy
CharacterCompetencies Talk straight Demonstrate respect Create transparency Right wrongs Show loyalty Deliver results Get better Confront reality Clarify expectations Practise accountability 25 Listen first Keep commitments Extend trust
C ommunicate S upport I nvolve
Problem solving Reframing Appreciative enquiry Participatory decision making
If you keep doing what you've always done, you'll keep getting what you've always gotten. W. L. Bateman
A Simple Route Cause Analysis 1.Why ? 2.Why ? 3.Why ? 4.Why ? 5.Why ?
Four Guiding Principles: 1. Every system works to some degree; seek out the positive, appreciate the "best of what is." 2. Knowledge generated by the inquiry should be applicable; look at what is possible & relevant. 3. Systems are capable of becoming more than they are, and they can learn how to guide their own evolution -- so consider provocative challenges & bold dreams of "what might be." 4. The process & outcome of the inquiry are interrelated and inseparable, so make the process a collaborative one.