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Change

Posted on November 22nd, 2015 · Posted in Managing Projects and Change

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We’ve bundled together these five PDF e-guides to help you manage change and projects. At half the normal price! Read the guides in this order and use the tools in each. Then change it – on time, in budget! (5 pdf guides, 136 pages, 25 tools, for half price!)

1 Making Change Personal

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Shows you how to make the changes that will help create happy workplaces. This will only happen if we are willing to change. Change is always personal. Managing change requires recognition of how it affects people, and strategies to address that. This guide explores how we can develop our capacity to make personal changes, to better cope with change, and to help shape the changes around us. (22 pages, 5 tools)

2 Transformational Change

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This guide explains what is meant by transformational change. In an increasingly competitive environment, change is an inevitable and intrinsic part of organisational life. Change may be constant but it is not often the same – different situations require different approaches to change. This guide will help you understand change and shows how you, as a leader, can deliver change that transforms. (27 pages, 5 tools)

3 Sustaining Change

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Initiating and delivering change may be hard, is certainly important, but alone is not enough. For change to really have an impact it must be sustained. Sustaining change is about three things:

Maintaining performance whilst making changes.
Coping with change, especially difficult change.
Building processes to sustain positive change focused on improvement.

Many books on change management deal with how you prepare for change. What is often overlooked is support for leaders dealing with change after the event. This guide show you how to sustain change. (26 pages, 5 tools)

4 Smart Goals, Sharp Goals

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Changes are always easier if you have some clarity about what you intend to do. The SMART goals SHARP goals guide will help you manage change effectively. It uses two models, based on good practice, to assist in defining your goals and planning to achieve them. Goals need to be more than just SMART – they should also be SHARP. SMART clarifies you goals. SHARP focuses your actions to achieve them. (30 pages, 5 tools)

5 Defining Leadership

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Encourages you to develop your own approach to leadership, building on the wisdom of others, but based on your own strengths. Manage change by making critical, positive differences, to people and to the organisations in which you lead. Leadership and change can never be separated from context. This guide will show how to do this by leading people effectively, whatever the situation. (31 pages, 5 tools)

How to communicate change in the workplace

How To Communicate Organisational Change

Posted on August 2nd, 2013 · Posted in Managing Projects and Change, Motivation

In this guest post from Alistair Kane, he offers some advice on how to communicate organisational change. The quote “nothing is permanent except change” is especially true in the professional…
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Keeping employees happy when communicating change in the workplace

Posted on July 11th, 2013 · Posted in Managing Projects and Change, The Happy Workplace

Change is inevitable. Whether it’s planned or not, it’s the one thing in life we can ever really be sure about. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing! Alastair Kane…
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Improving Change?

Posted on March 1st, 2012 · Posted in Managing Projects and Change

Some one once said: “All improvement is change, but not all change is improvement.” Effective change needs a clear purpose or else it runs the risk of being a change…
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Shaping Change Positively

Posted on January 31st, 2012 · Posted in Managing Projects and Change

When a change is proposed in the workplace, our first thoughts invariably turn to how we think it will affect us. From the start, change seems to be personal, so…
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