Change Management

Appreciative Inquiry Change Management & Management of Change

Richard Coe has blended neuroscience knowledge that has enlightened the social sciences together with the power of Appreciative Inquiry (AI) into a powerful process for the management of change – and a powerful change management strategy

A Positive Change Management Consultant

All organisations have to change. If an organisation does not adapt to the change around, it will lose competiveness. If it stands still, it will fall back. If an organisation is not at the leading edge it will rapidly be at the tail. However the management of change is inherently risky – many change initiatives fail. As leaders we may wish for change but do not know how to adequately communicate our enthusiastic plans and gain employee commitment. As followers we may fear change, misunderstand it or fail to see what is in it for us.

A Positive Change Management Strategy For You?

The Appreciative Management of Change is facilitated through the leadership and management of the organisation but involves everyone who will be part of the change process. Through its participatory process of inquiry and discovery it engages everybody, it confirms their value, ensures their ownership of their part in the change process and replaces the normal debilitating lethargy at best - or destructive energy at worst – with extraordinary energy for sustainable and positive change.

Are Positive Change Management Techniques Right For You?

Read More About Appreciative Inquiry (AI) as a technique and a methodology for the management of change in an organisation… here

change management lecture 2012

Listen to Richard speak on one aspect of Change Leadership… here… the philosophical side of what change managers may need to provide in the future.

Email Richard or call +44(0)795 607 4602 for an initial consultation visit at no cost.

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