Organisational Change Management Volume 2

Some Useful Techniques for Handling Ingredient 1

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(Laying a foundation for new ways)*i

No.

Ingredient 1 (Laying the Foundation)

1.1

What Kind of Organisations do you Work for?

1.2

Some Symptoms of a Dysfunctional Organisation

1.3

Some Vital Signs to Check the Organisational Culture's Readiness for Change

1.4

Assessing Your Transition Readiness

1.5

Questions for Considering the Challenge of Change

1.6

Helping to Understand the Change Initiative

1.7

Supportive Listening

1.8

Critical Reflection

1.9

Handling Feedback

1.10

Dialogue

1.11

Psychometric testing


No.

Ingredient 1 (Laying the Foundation)

1.12

Your Readiness to Change

1.13

Exploring Your 9 Intelligences

1.14

Understanding Oneself

1.15

Is Your Job a Good Fit?

1.16

Leadership Questionnaire

1.17

Some Interesting Questions

1.18

Optimism vs Pessimism

1.19

360 Degree Evaluation

1.20

Profile of Knowledge

1.21

A Way to Look at an Organisation's Culture

1.22

Competing Values Framework

1.23

How to Describe Your Culture

1.24

Assumptions to Help Determine Different Cultures or Sub-cultures

1.25

History Map

1.26

History Trip

1.27

Working More Attuned to Systems and Fundamental Causes

1.28

Discussability of Issues

1.29

Climbing out of the Muck

1.30

Understanding the 5 Stages of Skill Acquisition

1.31

Practising Relevance

1.32

Strategy as Conversation

1.33

Your Behaviour (Models 1 and 2)

1.34

Attitudinal survey

1.35

Exposing Left-hand Columns

1.36

Information Chain

No.

Ingredient 1 (Laying the Foundation cont.)

1.37

Process Enneagram

1.38

Communications

1.39

Non-verbal Responses (including tone)

1.40

Negotiations

1.41

Five Major Events of Your Life

1.42

Network Mapping

1.43

Identifying the Desirability of Behaviours

1.44

Organisational Intelligence Profile

1.45

Informal Metaphors

1.46

Appreciative Inquiry (AI)

1.47

Johari Window

1.48

Storytelling (Discourse Theory)

1.49

Relational or Interpersonal Abilities/ Skills

1.50

Useful Questionnaire/Check List for Handling Transitions

1.51

Perceptual Positioning

1.52

Questions on Mindsets

1.53

Hygiene and Motivators

1.54

Fierce Conversation

1.55

Applying the Principles of Transformation (version 1)

1.56

Applying the Principles of Transformation (version 2)

1.57

Brain Wiring Test (Gender Indicator)

1.58

Source of Stress

1.59

Stress Symptoms

1.60

Energy Audit

1.61

Barriers to Trust

No.

Ingredient 1 (Laying the Foundation cont.)

1.62

What's Your Organization's Complexity Quotient?

1.63

Self Test : Are You A Certified Jerk?

1.64

Understanding the Grief Cycle

1.65

Resistance (Response to Change)

1.66

Causes of Resistance

1.67

Stages of Resistance to Change

1.68

Statements That Reveal Resistance (Version 1)

1.69

Statements That Reveal Resistance (Version 2)

1.70

Understanding Losses and Endings

1.71

Some Reasons for Resistance to Change

1.72

How to Use Resistance to Help Change

Notes

i) See Volume 3 for details for each technique. The aim of these techniques is to

- ask the "right"questions

- initiate the "right"conversations and relationships

- allow more time for reflection

The most effectively use of these techniques is in a non-threatening environment


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