Level Up TUESDAY
ATD International Conference 2020 - Denver
May 19, 2020
Learn how a community-owned hospital did the impossible to successfully launch a new LMS. In this case study-based session, you'll learn how using a five-step change management model produced a radical 76 percent employee participation rate within the first month of launch.
Identify the number one reason organizational change initiatives fail.
Explore the power of the H.A.B.I.T five-step change management model by examining a real case study.
Overcome your harshest critics by empowering them to be your change agents within the organization.
Creating Change in a HIGHLY RESISTENT Organization
SHRM 2020 Annual Conference
June 27, 2020
Does your organization fail at change? Learn how a community-owned hospital successfully launched a new learning and management system (LMS). In this case-study-based session, you'll learn how using a five-step change management model produced a radical 76% employee participation rate within the first month of launch.
In this interactive workshop, you will examine a case study on how one organization, highly resistant to change due to several failed initiatives and poorly executed software implementations, embraced a new learning and performance management system.
You will learn how to use a five-step change model based on the acronym HABIT and adapt it to your needs. The HABIT model is designed to involve the leaders and employees’ months before the purposed change.
The five essential steps to the model are as follows:
Human Connections: Building relationships and trust among leaders and employees. Empowering them with an owner's mindset to get them engaged from the beginning of the process.
Ability: Confirming before any change is implemented that the employees can perform the change. Do they have the skills, knowledge, and motivation to change?
Benefit: Otherwise known as What Is in It for Me? How will the change benefit the leaders, employees, and even the customers, and more importantly, why should they care?
Instituting Change: Appoint and train change agents within the organization. Change agents should be a mixture of leaders and employees, including some of the harshest critics of the change.
Transparency: Communicating with leaders and employees on a designated day each week. It is essential to be upfront about challenges as well as successes.
Identify the No. 1 reason organizational change initiatives fail.
Identify how to overcome the harshest critics by empowering them to be the change agents within the organization.
Explain and demonstrate how the HABIT five-step change management model can be leveraged for organizational change initiatives.