Organizational Transformation

Organizational Transformation

Does the thought of bringing change into a group make you a little nervous? 

Cloud RainbowIt should –  most organizational change efforts fail.  That’s because effective change is not just about tweaking a process or adding a new program.  In fact, a new process or program is just the first step.  The second,more important element of change is getting the buy-in of the people. That’s the challenge.  People don’t want to be told what to do and frankly, won’t follow unless they find value for themselves.  So what’s a leader to do?

Real transformation happens when people embrace change and become part of a transformed organization. It happens over time, not overnight.  We can help.  We begin by understanding where your organization is and where you want to take it.  Then we combine the principles of Irresistible Leadership – becoming the leader people want to follow – with group learning events like The Bigger Game and Leader as Coach to direct and give energy to your organizational shift. You’ll learn about the importance of a communications strategy, vision and accountability.

Our experience with major transformations will help you understand what’s really needed.  We’ll help you design the change you want and begin your organization’s transformation. Ready to set the stage for sustainable change? Click here to get started.


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I met Sara as I was taking over a new sales organization in IBM. She was our region’s internal consultant and coach so I called on her to help me create a fast start with my team. Our goal became to change the culture in the group. We set about creating a sales force that would partner, really partner with our clients, rather than just being another vendor on the clients’ doorstep. It was a tremendous shift that required everyone in the organization change their language, their perspective and their behavior.

Sara became my leadership team’s group coach and my executive coach. She helped us design a strategy that I had confidence in. As our coach, she challenged us, partnered with us, and celebrated with us. With her help, we modeled the changes we wanted to see in our organization.

By the time I left for my next assignment, our sales team had a history of six successful quarters and my leadership team was being tapped for promotions to take their leadership to other parts of IBM.

Debbie Nemesi
retired IBM Vice President

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