- Create positive and meaningful results in organizations through change management strategy and execution
- Provide leadership education that draws from the latest research in contemporary neuroscience, change theory and behavioral economics
- Empower change leaders and agents to thrive amidst uncertainty through brain-based coaching
Change Management Strategy and Execution
Change management is defined as the application of knowledge, skills, abilities, methodologies, processes, tools, and techniques to transition an individual or group from a current state to a desired future state. It involves facilitating the process, generating mindset and behavior changes to achieve the desired outcomes and/or business objectives.
Our change strategy and execution focus on delivering change management using standard frameworks such as ADKAR, Kotter, Deming Cycle. We recommend augmenting these frameworks with a neuroscience-based approach to create brain-friendly stakeholder communications.
Change leadership is a crucial component of any successful organizational change. Change leaders are the ambassadors of change – setting the vision, defining strategies and taking consistent action to move the organization forward. Being a change leader can be demanding. In addition to being engaged and demonstrating strong sponsorship, leaders also have to be approachable and receptive to feedback. As advocates of the change, they have to promote the project in a positive manner continuously, while acknowledging the hurdles the teams face and making tough calls to resolve challenges.
Our goal is to increase your organization’s capacity to lead change successfully, through workshops that combine the right balance of theory and practical strategies. Our workshops are tailored to address your pressing change issues, by educating your leaders on relevant models, helping them develop the essential mindset, and behaviors to manage the people side of change.
Our current offerings cover the following topics:
- Lead change using the ADKAR® Model
- Influence Stakeholders using the SCARF® Model
- Increase Sponsorship Effectiveness by understanding Cognitive biases and Nudge Theory
The International Coach Federation defines coaching as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.”
Brain-based coaching focuses on facilitating positive change by first improving the coachee’s thinking. It is a coaching approach based on contemporary social neuroscience: the scientific study of the brain and the central nervous system. Using the latest insights on how the brain works, brain-based coaching augments the practices of coaching to create positive and transformational changes in the coachee(s).
We tailor our coaching program to meet the needs of the group or the individual. The coaching is often delivered as a series of structured conversations. The process involves assessments, assignments, and actions between sessions, and accountability check-ins throughout to ensure continued progress.
The benefits of coaching vary based on the individual or organization. Typically our coachees demonstrate the following:
- increased engagement,
- greater self-awareness,
- a deeper level of learning,
- increased confidence in their ability to achieve goals and
- overall improvement in performance.