Understand the Uniqueness Of Your Organisation And Deliver Full-Spectrum Change
Most change management theories and business consulting models start with the view that you need to identify
the future you want and then plan a pathway to get there. The status quo in organisations exists only as something
to be moved away from. But what if this approach creates blind spots and contributes to the high percentage of
corporate change projects that fail?
Change projects fall short because the people involved don’t actually understand the uniqueness of the
organisation they are seeking to change. You can turn your corporate change initiative into something clearly
defined that fits your organisation like a glove and takes into account the people, the place, the work, and all forms
of ROI – tangibles (time and money), intangibles, and strategic advantage.
Deliver complete change throughout your organisation, not just one part of it.
The InSIGHT philosophy is simple
Flying Blind reveals 10 critical blindspots every executive, project or change manager needs to know about in order to deliver a positive ROI on their change programmes.
Fast-paced, online “crash course” training with Stephen Hay. Get the overview and see how the component pieces fit together to deliver a coherent change system that ensures a positive ROI on your projects.
Flying Blind Intensives are half-day “learn-and-take-action” live workshops that are held in various cities across Oceania. It is an experience that will shift your perspective of change
TAKING OFF THE BLINDERS
Taking Off The Blinders is a 10-week online program designed to get you real results, fast.
THE InSIGHT PROGRAMME
The flagship InSIGHT Programme, is a community of smart project and change managers who are determined to leave an organisation better off than they found it…. service at its best.
If you are an executive responsible for delivering a positive ROI on your change programmes and are open to a conversation on how this approach could help your organisation then InSIGHT Consulting may be for you. Limited spots. 1:1 consulting. Click the button to find out more.
In this revolutionary book, you’ll discover:
- The hidden reasons change projects fail to finish on time and don’t deliver expected outcomes
- Why understanding your organisation on all levels is critical for ensuring change projects succeed
- How using the wrong business model takes away your competitive advantage and damages your productivity
- Where to find the change heroes in your organisation and why they’re more effective than outside consultants for championing initiatives
Regardless of your business, the key to effective corporate change is to understand your organisation, not change it. Understanding your organisation is a lot different from changing it.
Understanding comes from looking from a variety of angles and perspectives and then blending them into one coherent whole that reflects the unique aspects of your business.
Countless times, Stephen has witnessed senior executives wrestle with understanding this uniqueness and translating it to a competitive advantage. Now Stephen reveals the blind spots to creating highly successful change projects in his insightful book, Flying Blind.
Blind spots such as:
- “Employee engagement is the same as job satisfaction”
- “Gatekeepers aren’t good change agents”
- “The maturity of the organisation is right where it needs to be for this change to work”
Stephen Hay started his professional life as a surveyor and moved to the corporate environment as an employee and leader. He has more than two decades of experience working with change programmes from both sides of the coin and has guided numerous large and small organisations in the service sector through difficult and complex transitions and improvement initiatives.
Stephen’s keen ability for business analysis and highly professional attitude allow him to communicate constructively with all stakeholders – a highly valuable asset in the context of difficult and often conflict-prone projects. He captures the finest details of complex processes accurately and also takes “soft” issues into account while maintaining a clear vision of how things fit into the big picture. All of this makes him highly sought after by organisations looking to build successful change programmes.
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