Simple Processes for Change Management

Change management can often seem like an endless and highly complex process.

Where does it start? When does it stop? How do I do it?

Having a structured approach to assist groups to deal with change is ‘your friend in a time of need.’

I asked Bevan Bessen and Margo O’Byrne of the Facilitators Inner Circle to give us some guidance on simple ‘mud map’ models of change.

And they’ve responded with some pretty robust models for approaching change within your workshops and meetings.

If you’re after a simple model to guide your change management session design and facilitation, then check out this week’s episode.

They discuss:

  • The three essentials for achieving change
  • Stages of change and resistance
  • A simple model for helping teams to understand and manage an introduced change
  • What’s needed to take the change forward

Have you been watching Facilitation TV for a while now?

Do you feel ready to take the next step with some of our ‘ready to go’ processes in one of your own meetings or workshops?

Well our ‘Facilitating Killer Meetings Manual’ is the logical first step for you.

With a set of actionable, step-by-step processes up your sleeve, you’ll be able to bring some robust, measurable improvements into your next group meeting or workshop.

We’re giving it away for FREE, so click the picture below to grab your copy.

Enjoy the episode guys!

Facilitating killer meetings


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Andrew Huffer

Andrew Huffer has over 25 years experience in working with organisations, businesses, managers and communities and at a state, national and international level. He designs and delivers specialist engagement processes, with a focus on facilitating open decision making processes and skill development of clients. He has delivered presentations and workshops at a number of state, national and international conferences.

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