Managing Energy: Effective change has to do with energy management in your company.
Every organization has an energy level, and when it generates enough energy, it can use it for lasting change. But if your energy reserves are running low, your change efforts will quickly evaporate.
6 Areas of Intervention: There are six key areas in your organization that must be energized for change to succeed. Rational batteries cover the "hardware of change": strategy, management infrastructure, and planning and execution. Emotional batteries affect the "software of change," including the dynamics within your team of leaders, people, and Culture.
Holistic Program: To be effective, a change program has to be holistic. Based on the "6 Batteries of Change" model by Peter De Prins, Geert Lettens and Kurt Verweire, we establish which aspects of the business generate energy for change and how to use that energy to make a lasting and effective change happen in your organization. and growth.
An effective change management program addresses the root causes of an organization's problems, and you can use the change batteries model to get a clear overview of what your challenges are.
A successful change program must infuse positive energy into "the six batteries". However, only 35% of companies surveyed were energized and healthy, suggesting that most organizations fail to reach the ideal state of six fully charged batteries that allow them to effectively deal with change.
I make a diagnosis of the state of your organization's batteries and with the result we will establish the "recharge plan" for the optimal operation of your business and company.