Leading with empathy during change using systems coaching (ORSC tm)
Crossing edges - the challenges and path through change - what happens when an organisation changes its identity and what to do about it
Organisational changes such a restructures, transformations and agile operating model implementations are prone to many challenges. Agile Coaches, Change Leaders and the Business Leaders themselves can struggle with guiding others towards the new world and ultimately a lot of transformations fail due to change fatigue and lack of engagement.
In this talk we will use theory and practical examples to explore how sustainable change can occur.
Outline/Structure of the Skills Workshop
Organisational changes such a restructures, transformations and agile operating model implementations are prone to many challenges. Leaders and Coaches themselves can struggle with guiding others towards the new world and ultimately a lot of transformations fail due to change fatigue and lack of engagement.
In this talk we will delve into the theory of change and what it takes to cross the edge – the tipping point when change occurs and the ground conditions that need to be present for change to occur.
We explore why change occurs in people and how to identify the powerful change agents as allys towards our new future.
Once we’ve understood how people respond to change, we need to equip change agents with insights and experiences on what is important in each department, their organisation and understand their challenges and pressures and where help and support is required.
The systems coaching practice called Lands Work brings forward alignment of different realities only when people stretch into a new awareness and build empathy about how other people perceive their reality.
Building understanding and appreciation of different organisational departments, new operating models and ways of working ultimately creates the conditions for the system to shift towards their new reality.
Participants get practical guidance on what ground conditions they need to set for change to be successful change
Participants understand the change curve and adoption curve using the Kuebler ross change curve
Participants gain insights and build empathy into what is holding people back and what makes them move
Participants learn to recognise when their team, their organisation is on the edge of change
Participants get introduced to a method that builds a bridge between the current and new reality using a practical exercise called Lands Work from Organisational Relationship Systems Coaching using a case study
Agile Coaches, Change Coaches, Leaders of Change,
Prerequisites for Attendees
Participants will get more out of this session if they are involved in or are participating in a transformation change project. However everyone is welcome.
The Future of Hybrid Working talk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8WEmrn-ywo
Free mini courses and resources
Sources of this talk
ORSC - https://crrglobal.com/
BVSSH - https://soonersaferhappier.com/what-is-bvssh/
Psychological Models - Kuebler Ross
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