The Change Navigator™ assessment workshop provides real-time information about emotional reactions to current changes in your organization. You will gain insight into where your team or organization is at emotionally based on their responses to a specific change initiative. This facilitated assessment workshop provides participants with an understanding of how they are feeling regarding a specific ongoing organizational change. Additionally, both leadership and groups affected by change will gain an understanding of what is needed to move forward effectively.
Getting a pulse check on the current health and adoption progress of larger-scale change initiatives can be difficult. The Change Navigator™ assessment workshop provides assessment-based insights on sentiments around changes in an organization. You can then use these insights to develop action plans that assist your organization with moving forward during the change. If your organization is having a difficult time with changes and you need help moving forward, the Change Navigator™ assessment workshop can help provide the breakthrough understanding required to make it happen.
Drawing on a unique change model that integrates and aligns various change management theories over the last 50 years, e.g. Lewin, Kubler-Ross, Bridges, Scott & Jaffe, etc., the Change Navigator™ assessment workshop helps participants understand where they are in the four phases of the change journey. The change journey starts with acknowledging and reacting and ends with investigating and implementing. Once participants understand where they are in the change process, they can conceptualize what is required to move forward from whatever phase they may be in and adapt to changes effectively.
Organizations successfully use the Change Navigator™ assessment workshop to:
- Establish baseline stakeholder responses to new change initiatives
- Identify obstacles and address specific change adoption
- Discover more effective change management processes for stalled change initiatives
- Pivot change leadership plans and activities based on current sentiment around a given change