The pace of change is not slowing and organizational evolution is more common than ever. Dealing with change is a major concern for executives and L&D professionals.

No matter the role or level, everyone needs two critical capabilities: (1) change agility to adapt quickly and sharpen focus on priorities, and (2) change execution skills to design and lead large-scale change initiatives.

Building change agility capabilities

Are your employees agile?  Research indicates that change agility is paramount for longer-term success in a VUCA world (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous). Agility is more than a buzz-word – it is a way of working.  Pharmaceutical companies need agile employees who are flexible, adaptable, nimble, and willing to take risks to win in the fast-paced healthcare marketplace.   Creating agile employees is not something best left to chance.

Learn about our Change Agility programs 

Executing and leading change

Are your leaders equipped to guide others through large-scale change?  Failing to develop leaders with the skills and tools to lead strategic change is a recipe for failure.  The pace of change is not slowing; therefore, leaders need to avoid becoming overwhelmed and should learn how to deal with potential employee resistance.  Large-scale change initiatives, lacking skilled leadership,  are destined to fail.

Learn about our 5C’s of Transition Leadership® model

Jump Starting Teams after large-scale change

Is your organization experiencing large-scale change resulting in many new and/or reorganized teams? When teams are re-configured, there is disruption, lack of focus, potential loss of revenue, and diminished employee engagement. New leaders with new team members facing new challenges need to align the team on business priorities, short term goals and operating agreements, as well as build commitment to the organization’s purpose, mission, and values. Doing this in a consistent, yet flexible way requires a disciplined approach.

Learn about our Team Jump Start approach

Shaping culture

Can your leaders shape culture?  Culture is created – either with purpose or by default.  When leaders do not take an active role in shaping the desired culture, costs incurred can include reduced employee engagement, high turnover, diminished results, and loss of competitive advantage.  Learn how leaders can proactively and positively shape culture and transform your organization.

Read our article Driving Cultural Transformation During Large-Scale Change

Our Change and Thrive Blended Learning Suite

Achieving competitive advantage in a complex world requires purposeful leadership agility and change execution skills.  Our Change and Thrive Learning Suite ensures leaders are change ready and can effectively lead, execute, and support their teams ability to deal with ongoing and disruptive change.

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