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Measure current change leadership abilities

We have identified five dimensions of leading change which are listed below. Each dimension is equally important for a successful change effort. Your Effectiveness at Leading Change Profile and Overall Effectiveness Scores will help you to develop an understanding of the skills you use (or don’t use) most frequently when leading change.
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Develop change leadership skills

The empowerment of the work force naturally requires that a significant proportion of an organization’s members will have responsibility for leading change at some point in their career. Indeed, most people who are presently in the early or middle stages of their work life will come to view the implementation of change not as a one-time assignment, but as an ongoing part of any job. As a result, the ability to lead change is becoming a key factor in determining long-term career success.
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Improve the ability to lead change initiatives

In Leading Change at Every Level, we have identified the dimensions of leading change that can help build genuine support for a change effort. Others may refer to it as “walking the talk,” or, in more technical terms, “aligning one’s behavior with a vision or end state.” But regardless of what it is called, modeling the change is the capability most frequently mentioned and strongly supported in the literature as being critical for leading change.
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Ready to lead change?

Click here to browse the Leading Change at Every Level solutions.
I use Leading Change at Every Level in my practice when I coach leadership teams facing significant organizational change. We complete it after the first round of assessments to more fully understand strengths of each member and the team as a whole as we plan for the change. It  provides outstanding concrete language for grow and the team as a whole as we plan for the change.
BARBARA CHATZKEL, PRESIDENT, NEW RIVER GROUP