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Leading through Radical and Disruptive Change

Topic:
Leading through Radical and Disruptive Change
Date:
January 28, 2013 at 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Michael G. Winston, Executive(Michael G. Winston)
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Description
Key Theme: Change is occurring at a blistering pace, leaving many businesses unprepared. Wave after wave of technological breakthroughs have revolutionized entire industries overnight. Wrenching political changes around the world are bringing new opportunities and fresh risks. Competition in global markets is growing fiercer by the day. More sophisticated customers expect ever-higher levels of quality, customization, convenience, and timeliness.

The business climate will likely experience continued turbulence. New regulatory challenges, as well as lingering economic uncertainty pose significant challenges. Success will depend not only on size, but also on speed and competitiveness to capitalize on fast-moving changes in markets, technologies, and the general business landscape.

This presentation will reveal proven strategies and tools to enable leaders to anticipate, drive and capitalize on change in the quest for anticipating and exceeding customer and patient needs and wants and building a world-class brand. Mastery of change competencies will enable you and your business to build and sustain a competitive advantage at a time when this advantage is much needed.

Broad Overview:
The nature of change
Change leadership: A source of sustainable competitive advantage
• A force for or against change
• Building a culture that champions excellence
• Ensuring organization integration and alignment
• Organizing and executing around new priorities
* Strategic agility
* Leadership Ability
* Personal Excellence
* Execution.

The approach to success in turbulent times must be a ‘who to’ not a ‘how to’.
• Business rises and falls on the strength of leadership.
• The best leaders have a head for business and a heart for people.
• If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.

Establish reach-out goals- It is better to aim high and miss than to aim low and hit.
Anticipate- The best way to predict the future is to invent it.
• Some Watch. Some Wait. Some POUNCE!

Leading Change
• Communicate a compelling need for change
• Develop a sustained communication strategy
• Form a powerful guiding coalition
• Motivate through an inspiring vision
• Reinforce moves in the desired direction
• Encourage teamwork to generate needed support
• Realign organization structure and systems in support of the change
• Lead by EXAMPLE
Understanding Resistance to Change
• Lack of understanding
• Dependence on habit
• Fear of unknown
• Concern for competence
• Sunk costs
• Loss of credibility
• Loss of trust
• Loss of control/power

Strategies for Minimizing Resistance to Change
• Education and communication
• Participation and involvement
• Facilitation and support
• Negotiation and agreement

The X-Factor in Leading Change


Who Should Participate
Everyone from the Boardroom to the mailroom.
What You Will Learn
Change leadership: A source of sustainable competitive advantage
  • A force for or against change
  • Building a culture that champions excellence
  • Ensuring organization integration and alignment
  • Organizing and executing around new priorities
    • Strategic agility
    • Leadership Ability
    • Personal Excellence
    • Execution

    The approach to success in turbulent times must be a ‘who to’ not a ‘how to’.
    • Anticipating Change
    • Leading change
    • Building an change-friendly organization
    • Overcoming resistance to change
    • Driving Change for competitive advantage
    • Communicate a compelling need for change
  • Develop a sustained communication strategy
  • Form a powerful guiding coalition
  • Motivate through an inspiring vision
  • Reinforce moves in the desired direction
  • Encourage teamwork to generate needed support
  • Realign organization structure and systems in support of the change
  • Lead by EXAMPLE
  • Understanding Resistance to Change
  • Strategies for Minimizing Resistance to Change
  • The X-Factor in Leading Change

Recommended Resources
Will send electronically a few days prior to presentation.
Communities
Human Resources Management
Leadership
Organizational Development
Performance Management
Organizational Diagnosis
Measurement of Culture and Climate
Strategic Decision Making
Succession Planning
Leading Change
HR As Consultant
Structure and Organization
Ethics
Developing Organizational Leadership Capabilities
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