Generative Change Management

Creating Positive Organisations and Flourishing People

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Generative Change Management by Penny Shapland-Chew gives insights and new ideas about how to lead and manage change. It is intended for leaders and managers in small to medium sized organisations.
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Penny Shapland-Chew is a coach, consultant and facilitator who works with change - in individuals, teams and organisations. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management, with wide-ranging experience over twenty years in the arts and creative industries. She has also been part of found

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This eBook explains how to undertake a strategic review and it suggests ways of avoiding the pitfalls of change management where business change is seen as a one-off effort to move an organisation from where it is to some fixed future state. It also considers the need for continuous change and how really listening can ensure you are alert to the adjustments and innovation that’s needed. It is intended for leaders and mangers in small to medium sized organisations and offers them coaching questions which support good leadership and management.
It is about how to make sure that your organisation is the most successful it can be by listening to and working with the people and the systems upon whom it depends for its existence. It is about building a healthy organisation which can deliver high levels of performance over time. It is about how to manage change in a way which gets the best out of people because they feel settled, valued and motivated.

About the Author

Penny Shapland-Chew is a coach, consultant and facilitator who works with change - in individuals, teams and organisations. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management, with wide-ranging experience over twenty years in the arts and creative industries. She has also been part of founding and growing several new organisations and has worked in the public sector. She has been involved in numerous change programmes and has developed expertise in the people and organisation aspects of leadership and management. Over the last ten years, she has been exploring personal and professional development in depth and aims to share her understanding of how to create successful and positive workplaces where people can flourish.

  • About the author
  1. Introduction
  2. Why change?
  3. The pace of change and implications
  4. What to change?
  5. Creating an organisation which is more than the sum of its parts
  6. When to change: two different curves and a shock
    1. Reinvention
    2. Stages in an organisation’s growth
  7. System dynamics
    1. Continuous change and periodic strategic review
    2. Continuous change: Agile
    3. Data which indicate you need to change
  8. How to change
    1. How to lead and manage: systems and processes versus soft skills
    2. John Kotter’s eight step process
    3. Still Moving Approach to change leadership
    4. Implementing Change
    5. Emotional intelligence
    6. It’s lonely at the top
    7. About leadership and power
    8. Involving and motivating everyone in the organisation
    9. Neuroscience
    10. Performance management system
    11. What you can do to manage stress caused by change in the organisation
  9. More about listening to staff
    1. Speaking Truth to Power
    2. What people want – diverse views and aspirations of different generations in the workplace
    3. Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964)
    4. ‘Millennials’ (born between 1981 and 2000)
    5. What ideas do your staff have about the culture of your organisation?
  10. Bringing about change through system leadership
    1. What are system leaders?
  11. Conclusion
  • Endnotes

Great guide and reference.
I really enjoyed reading it and the way that you have woven a meaningful thread through so many heavyweight reference materials is impressive – thank you for writing it.
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