Leading Strategic Change in Your Business


In this series, you’ll learn how to recognize opportunities for strategic change as well as the process steps to prepare for, introduce, and cement change in your business. Master these steps and you’ll have the tools you need to enhance your company’s results now and into the future.


Successful businesses are able to successfully implement changes that improve their customer service, efficiency, profitability, and overall business results. But implementing change is about more than just change for change’s sake. For a business, change should be strategic and targeted toward a specific goal for improvement.


Recognizing the Need for Change: Part 1

The first step in implementing strategic change in your business is to recognize the need for change. Sound easy? Most companies wait too long to change. This course will show you how to get ahead of the curve and not wait for a crisis to take your business forward.


Preparing for Change: Part 2

The second step to implement strategic change is to prepare for it. If you haven’t prepared for something, can a task take longer than it should? Can there be more mistakes along the way? This course presents a 5-step process for preparing for change so that your implementation will go smoothly the first time.


Introducing Change: Part 3

The third step to implement strategic change is to properly introduce the change to those affected. It’s no secret that change can be intimidating and people may resist change. In this course, you will learn how to assess the scope of your change and apply a 3-step process to introduce it that will overcome any resistance you may face.


Cementing Change: Part 4

The fourth and final step to implement strategic change is to cement the change so it becomes a permanent part of your ongoing company culture. Making a change permanent is challenging. It’s human nature to fall back to what we’ve done before. In this course you’ll learn a 4-step process to “cement” a change so that it can become permanent, lasting, and entrenched in your culture.