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Adopting to any new change in life - Overivew and Techniques for Handy reference

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Adopting to any new change in life - Overivew and Techniques for Handy reference

  1. 1. A Discussion on
  2. 2.  Simple Definition  What is Change?  Examples  Myths about Change  Preparation to face Change  The CAN DO Attitude  General Challenges to handle  Kotter’s 8 Steps  Success Factors  Sustenance Techniques  Summary
  3. 3. The world is changing very fast. Big will not beat small anymore. Now the fast are beating the slow We must constantly confront ourselves in order to achieve growth & deal with the issues of the day
  4. 4. Trade 1950 /Weeks Research 1960 Instant/ e-Mail 1994 Phone Calls 1980 SMS 2001 Mail 1970 /Days /Minutes /‘Now’ 24x7/
  5. 5. PRESENT + DIFFERENT = FUTURE
  6. 6.  An Act or Process through which something becomes different Old or Young
  7. 7.  An action necessitates new learning / upgrade current experience  It can be personal / professional / social /environmental attributed  It can be improvement or determent as per the objective and individual view of change  Change is inevitable in every walk of Life  Change is the one which never Changes
  8. 8.  New Job  Promotion  Handling New Team  Migrating to New Places  Introducing a New System  Change our Routine  Acclimatize to a New Climate  Interface with New Client  Getting out of Comfort Zone
  9. 9.  Change is Easy  People will do what they’re told  People Resist change – People don’t actually resist change. People appear to be resisting change  Actually struggling with how to let go of their old mindset  Plan is Enough  We can make it happen Fast
  10. 10.  Right Mindset  Dream which reflects the To Be state after Change  Understand the purpose and need for a Change  Analyze the merits and demerits considering all stakeholders including yourself  Accept the change once decided which ensures almost 75% success
  11. 11.  You CAN DO everything, but not all at once.  You CAN DO everything, if it’s important enough for you to do.  You CAN DO everything, but you may not be the best at everything.  You CAN DO everything, but there will be limitations.  You CAN DO everything, but you’ll need help.
  12. 12. Don’t be afraid of failures
  13. 13.  Change makes everyone feel insecure  You have to believe that you can deal with the unknown  Plan for the Best and Ready for the Worst – Imagine the worst case scenario, then figure out how to deal with it  You have done it before and You can do it again  Keep a log – recollect and reassure past scenarios in case of any future change
  14. 14.  For thirty years, research from professor and author Dr John Kotter has revealed that 70% of business change efforts fail because they are not implemented properly
  15. 15.  People can sometimes get stuck too much into their comfort zones, lose their sense of ambition and the opportunities they can seize.  Create goals for change that don’t just ‘make sense’ to your colleagues, but inspire them.
  16. 16.  No one will buy into the changes they make unless they know how the future will be better from the past.  Clarify how the changes you want to make will have positive effects on people moving forward.
  17. 17.  No person can single handedly make change happen.  Build a group with enough power to lead change, who trust one another and have the expertise and credibility in their fields to ensure the changes you want to implement are carried through.
  18. 18.  The more people who buy-in to your vision, the more chance you will successfully change.  Talk about what “we” are going to change and why “we” need to do it. Keep it simple, jargon-free and to the point.
  19. 19.  Make sure that you take away any obstacles from letting people do their best work to help your business change.  The more ‘extra’ stuff someone has to do before they produce the results you need, the longer and less likely the change will take place.
  20. 20.  The more successes you can celebrate, the more of a drive people have to make the ultimate end-goal easier to achieve.  It's clearly visible! Large numbers of people can see themselves that the result is real and not just a "hype.“  It's not open to more than one interpretation. There is little argument over the call.  It's directly connected to the change effort.
  21. 21.  There will always be resistors to your efforts, even when you start making progress in changing things.
  22. 22.  Change takes time, it takes even longer for that change to embed into the roots of your business.  Find new ways to sustain the new culture you have worked hard to build. You will have to keep proving that new ways achieve better results than the old ways
  23. 23.  Create a sense of urgency  Create the ‘guiding coalition’  Develop a change vision  Communicate the vision for buy-in  Empower broad-based action  Generate short-term wins  Don’t let up!  Make it stick
  24. 24.  Person versatility  Learning curve  Deliver under pressure  Influencing the surrounding factors with positive impact of new change  Being a Catalyst for a change  Continuous Measurement to understand our own Benchmark
  25. 25.  Being brand ambassador of a change  Establish a process or system to track and monitor the change  Definitely look for an improvement from current new change  Accept the fact that every change will undergo a Change in course of time  Celebrate the success and enjoy
  26. 26.  Simple Definition  What is Change?  Examples  Myths about Change  Preparation to face Change  The CAN DO Attitude  General Challenges to handle  Kotter’s 8 Steps  Success Factors  Sustenance Techniques
  27. 27.  Change is inevitable  Change is powerful based upon your attitude and acceptance towards a change  Track , Measure and Improve till you see any positive results  Ready to change a change if necessary  Resistance to change is human so you need to come out of this mindset
  28. 28. Q & A
  29. 29.  The challenges of change : Today Business Drivers – Michael  Managing change - AncarB

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