Improving the change management process from start to finish
Effective change management is backed by a robust change management strategy. This begins by gaining an in-depth understanding of your employees and how they respond to change.
To break through the change mindset barrier, you need to look at how your employees’ minds work. This is where Whole Brain® Thinking helps. It assists in determining how people deal with change, allowing you to implement successful individual or organisational change.
How to deal with change management in the workplace
The workplace is an intersection of different Thinking Styles™. If you’re implementing change in your business, the key to success is better engaging your employees in the change process, taking into account their individual mindsets.
Being able to foresee how people will respond to change gives you the leg-up you need to prepare as effectively as possible. With Whole Brain® Thinking and the HBDI® as the catalyst, you can fine-tune change management strategies for better business results.
Effective change management delivers:
Minimised risk of change failure
Reduced stress and anxiety
Less resistance to change
Reduced time to implement change
Effective use of resources
Our top change management resources
Many businesses undertake change management initiatives in the workplace, however, without the right tools to support these initiatives they often lack tangible value.
At Herrmann, we empower employees and HR professionals to use Whole Brain® Thinking to ensure a real and lasting impact when improving the change management process.
Discover the following resources to improve change management in your workplace.
Changing Minds: Know change or NO change will happen
Check out our popular articles on change management
We’ve been thought leaders of effective change management in the workplace for decades. Check out some of our most popular articles to help you achieve better change management results.
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