Change ManagementThe change you want
Are you frustrated with how slow change can be or that it just doesn’t work?
Only 30% of change programs are successful.
The brutal fact is that about 70% of all change initiatives fail.
Employee resistance is the most frequent reason for failure.
Management behavior often does not support the change.
-McKinsey, Harvard Business Review
“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.”
Speed2Results helps you create and sustain the change that will turn your business into a high performance operation.
We help your team overcome the natural resistance to change and their fear of the unknown. With change initiatives, teams will often feel anger and confusion before they find acceptance and new confidence in themselves, their department and the organization. We help you push through this cycle faster and with greater commitment to the change.
Change doesn’t naturally come easy; however, it is as natural and needed as breathing air. Speed2Results works with you to make embracement of change the norm for your organization.
Key Questions to Ask
Why do we exist? (Purpose/Mission)
How do we behave? (Rules of team engagement- communication, decision-making, conflict)
What do we do? (Our Service/Product offering)
How do we succeed? (Vision)
What is important to do now? (3-5 priorities)
Who must do what, and when? (Accountability)
What must be communicated now? (Communication)
Source: “Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else in Business”, Lencioni 2012
“I have worked with Lisa for more than a decade…in multiple companies, on a wide variety of challenges. She has played an essential role in my leadership development, and has coached me through many phases of the business life cycle. From start up to exit plan, she has an indelible talent of helping me separate the noise from the issues that need intense focus. She not only helps me sort things out, she gives me strategy and tactics that I can apply in the real world. She has been, and will continue to be a vital resource for myself and my entire management team as our company enters its next growth phase.”