Explore Resources for Leading Change
You can't build an adaptable organization without adaptable people — Gary Hamel
Leading Through Transitions: Facilitator's Guide Set
Change feels continuous and unpredictable. Beneath it all lies the leader's ability to stay authentic -- to provide a compass for their teams and organizations. This workshop tool from CCL helps leaders develop their capacity to remain focused and true amid the turmoil of change. The set includes slides, handouts, a script, and other materials for HR and training professionals to deliver a program designed for leaders facing change and its impact on their teams and organizations.
Additional Resources for Leading Change
Responses to Change: Helping People Manage Transition
Everyone deals with change differently. This easy-access guide gives you quick and actionable tools and steps to better understand how you and others respond to change and what actions you can take to help yourself and others through the change.
Leading with Authenticity in Times of Transition
In most organizations, transitions are unexpected are unexpected and frequent, monumental in scope, relentless, and increasingly complex. Although many leaders are skilled at effectively responding to the structural side of change, few have mastered the skills to constructively manage the human side. Help your leaders master the human side of change.
Transforming Your Leadership Culture
Change the leadership culture and you change the organizational culture. This book reveals the crucial role of a change-leading senior team, and provides processes and tools for engaging the senior team in culture change work. It then offers a path to successful transformation toward a more interdependent, collaborative leadership culture.
Self-Paced eCourse - Creating a Vision
If you want to be an effective leader—at any level—you should pay attention to vision. Leaders who convey a strong vision are seen as more effective in leading change than those who convey a weaker vision. These leaders are also rated higher in the skills of sound judgment, strategic planning, and communication.