Create a powerful transformation!

The Covid-19 crisis quickly induced changes in our behavior – in our daily interaction with each other as well as when working virtually from our home offices. How can these experiences lead to sustainable behavioral changes, and how can the transformations, that are now imminent because of the health crisis, be effectively shaped?

These changes involve tackling tackling “hard issues” such as strategies, processes, systems, or structures, but also involve a fundamental change in the attitudes and behavior of many people in the organizations.

Whether you are transformation shaper, a middle manager affected by the transformation, or in a supporting role as an HR, the aim is always to understand the logic of transformation processes and to strengthen the possibilities for action and design in your role.

Learn from our extensive experience in transformation processes in corporations, medium-sized businesses, and public organizations in a compact online seminar!

You will receive practical impulses,

  • how people and organizations “tick” in changes
  • in which phases a “transformation journey” takes place and which success factors and pitfalls are involved.
  • what you as a leader can contribute to the success of the change.
  • how you can use resistance as a resource and create commitment among your employees.

It is particularly important to us that you take along concrete starting points and practical tips for your own transformation project.

The Program

  • From the field of brain research: How do people “tick” and what makes change happen?
  • Basic principles for effective change in organizations
  • 12 principles that help me in my work as a change designer
  • Dealing with resistance and effectively leading employees in change
  • The 7 stations of a “Transformation Journey” are told by means of a practical example
  • Transfer of the findings to the participants’ transformation projects

The workshop includes compact impulses, dialogue sessions in break-out rooms, and practice-oriented experience sequences.