“Change is Faster than Ever, but Will Never Again Be This Slow”
We’re operating in the most uncertain and ambiguous times.
From Covid to the climate crisis, economic freefall to all-out war, it’s fair to say that the past couple of years have been intense. We’ve all found the recent disruption tough (and that’s the understatement of the century).
Demands on leaders have never been greater; they are grappling with constant change, while keeping culture front and centre
- Tackling the challenges of hybrid working
- Facing rapid growth, re-organisations & restructures
- Dealing with The Great Resignation
- Managing mergers and acquisitions
- Looking for a step change in performance
- Or (simply) trying to improve morale and inject confidence into Teams that have been isolated, overworked and under-resourced.
Leaders need to be change evangelists, communicating in an inspiring and compelling way, helping their people to keep buoyant whilst working in different ways on different priorities and against a backdrop of uncertainty and instability.
Our approach to change leadership enables leaders to focus ruthlessly on the things that will deliver successful change and turns even the least charismatic of leaders in to change evangelists. (Mostly)
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Most of us hate change. Why ? Because its confusing and scary and exhausting, except that feeling isn’t an innate failure of change, it’s a failure of leadership.
The first job of leadership is to set direction and tone. And to do that, you don’t just need to know where you’re going; you need to be able to communicate that journey, with a clear and compelling story that describes the what, the why and the how and then get the whole organisation aligned behind the direction of travel
“Change without clarity just feels like really hard work ”
Sally Earnshaw MD Gallagher Culture Change
Clients we’ve helped
Nationwide - Building Future Legendary Service
Student Loans Company - Building Better Together
Scottish Widows - Changing what we mean to our customers
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Sally Earnshaw in conversation with HR Review https://youtu.be/uQTjTUKbWAM