Managing Change

Managing change can be easier and less stressful with the right approach.

As a leader or business owner, you see your company changing day-by-day and minute-by-minute. Your clients change, your resources and needs change, your employees change, demands of your clients, the industry and markets change. Conducting your everyday business becomes more and more complex, which causes, without a doubt, more stress on you and your team.

How do you respond to these dynamic forces of change and added stress? Are your leaders using the best tools and solutions to help them lead change in a positive way in your organization?

My work focuses on equipping and training leaders with the best path to lead positive change in their organizations.

Sometimes we feel that change is unnecessary, disruptive, and untenable and sometimes it is. The most important thing is that people are able to adapt with minimal stress and disruption to work efficiency.

One of the biggest influences in leading positive change is to increase the self-awareness of your leaders and their own ability to be flexible. Leaders must know how to master change so that there are minimal disruptions and so that negative emotions can be processed without causing negative impacts.

To guide positive change, leaders need strong use of emotional intelligence, a keen understanding of not only their own, but their team members’ natural style preferences, and confidence to navigate change and conflict.

This approach allows leaders to develop strategies to guide dynamic and complex solutions and outcomes, which minimizes stress during change and maximizes productivity.

The primary assessments we  use are:

> MHS EQ-I 2.0 Emotional Intelligence assessments

> MBTI Myers-Briggs Preference Styles assessments (December 2016)

> Navigating Change assessments

For each of these assessments, I offer a package of workshops and individual or group coaching to enhance the learning.

To discuss how your company can more easily navigate change and conflict, please contact me for a complimentary discussion.

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