Lead Change to Impact and Engage
Finding innovative solutions to old problems is key to business success in the 21st century. Leaders who know how to manage the insights of a team’s color preferences, significantly enhance productivity and results during change.
“It isn’t the changes that do you in, it’s the transitions. Change is not the same as transition. Change is situational: the new site, the new boss, the new team roles, the new policy. Transition is the psychological process people go through to come to terms with the new situation. Change is external, transition is internal.”
How Do You Impact and Engage?
It’s all about the Colors
Always start with what’s at the heart of your business – your people. By helping each person understand how their leading color reacts to change, why that might be, and how others react differently, your leadership builds in the resilience that teams need to cope with change and maintain productivity.
When you can build resilience in your people, teams and leaders, they become more agile and responsive, enabling them to cultivate a growth mindset. It all starts with knowing their leading colors.
"It was so helpful to learn about the top mistakes to avoid in leading change! We've already made five of them. Bummer. At least I now know of five other ones we can avoid from here on out."
-Construction Company President
Here’s What You’ll Learn
- Tools for impacting the seven stages of change, and how a leader can hold onto productivity
- How to navigate the impact of change based on the color energies, providing insights about strengths and challenges
- The top mistakes to avoid in leading change
- How to conduct a team meeting, a pulse check, that opens up discussions
- Leadership tips to address roles and responsibilities after the change
"Best day I've ever spent learning about leading change. I finally have ideas on how to do that."
For lasting change, you need all of your people to get bought in, inspired, on board, and most crucially, to understand how their role fits into the whole process.
That’s what we do. We take change, and make it personal.
How? By knowing what your leading color does during change. Every individual in your business will gain a higher level of self-awareness, to be able to understand how they approach change, and what they can do differently the next time around. When you lead change, you equip people to deal with change while staying productive and engaged.