How ready are you for organizational change? Do you have the skills you need to confidently lead change? Does your team have the resources, capacity, and training to implement it? Is there a communication and sustainment strategy in place?
These are the types of questions that every change leader should ask themselves before jumping feet first into another organizational change initiative. For that reason and to help you do so, we created the following change readiness assessment.
A change readiness assessment gives team leaders, managers, supervisors, and change agents a chance to assess the areas that most significantly affect the success of a change initiative and determine their level of readiness for an impending change.
Do you want to continue learning about leading change? If so, we recommend taking a read through the following resources that are related to the topic:
The FAQs of Change Leadership: Do you have questions about leading or implementing change in your team, department, or across the entire organization? If so, we’ve got you covered. In this guide, you'll find answers to some of the top asked questions regarding change initiatives in the workplace.
How To Overcome Resistance To Change With Employees: According to research, it isn’t necessarily a resistance to change people experience but the fear of the unknown and uncertainty. That’s why it is up to those in change leadership to counteract that fear, which you can learn how to do in this blog.
What is the Most Effective Leadership Style During Change?: Every leader has a leadership style they’re naturally drawn to based on their personality and experience. But which of the common leadership styles is most effective during organizational change? In this article, you'll find those styles ranked from most to least effective.
26 Quotes About Improving Processes That Will Inspire Change: It is not uncommon in the workplace for individuals, teams, and organizations to find comfort in predictability. Unfortunately, this can lead to complacency and possibly a resistance to change. If you think this is the place you might be in, check out these quotes and use them with your team to inspire change.
Want Your Team To Embrace Change? Involve Them: Employees who have experienced poorly led change initiatives, often become suspicious, cynical, or even downright fearful of future initiatives. So, how do you get them to embrace change then? One way is to involve them.
The One Skill Change Leaders Need to Avoid Failure: When it comes to organizational change, there's one skill that can make or break a change leader's effectiveness and that's leadership communication. Learn more about the common pitfalls leaders fall into when it comes to their leadership communication skills in this article.