Organisations increasingly launch change programs to adapt to rapid changes in their external environment in an increasingly uncertain reality. However, there are two strong forces that often work against such programs:
- Human innate resistance to change
- A high level of volatility and accelerated speed of change in the environment
By the time a change program is officially completed, the environment in which the business or organisation functions has already changed. This is exacerbated by the fact that many aspects of the change are often forced upon employees. They often do not understand the premises, or do not feel part of or agree with a course of action, and therefore do not integrate/adopt the requirements of new ways of working in their routine. This often leads to different levels of adaptability between divisions in an organisation, or outright conflict in and between teams. Traditional change management programs often fail in addressing the nuances of dynamic human factors of change.
The “Deep Change” approach brings people, processes, and the volatile external environment together in a harmonious manner, based on deep insights into the human need for transparency, trust and ability to have a voice.
To implement “Deep Change” in organisations, leading to a system shift, people need to first be made aware of the unknown unknowns in their relationships with each other in their teams, as well as within the organisation and with the process of change itself. Our uniquely designed workshops bring about such awareness in all involved, by taking teams and organisations through the journey of “Deep Change” independent of issue, industry or geography.
Our process is designed to help you through the perilous convergence of resistance to change, volatile external environments and pressure for a system shift in your organisation. We empower your organisation to find the shared thinking, language, and strategy to move from paralysis to proactive anticipation, so you can address new challenges and capitalise on new opportunities.
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