CELEMI Exploring Change™ – Virtual Classroom Solution
Addressing the Human Side of Change
Celemi Exploring Change™ is a dialogue program about the human side of change. It allows professionals to share and learn together while raising awareness on change theories in a safe environment.
In this program, participants will identify change behaviors together. In a facilitator-led discussion, they will uncover the success factors that address individuals’ resistance to change.
Celemi Exploring Change™ visualizes change management through commonly used models complemented with images/film, cases, and reflection questions that allow the participants to understand challenges in different dimensions and draw their own conclusions. The knowledge can be applied on an ongoing change initiative or to lead change effectively the future.
Most importantly, Celemi Exploring Change™ provides a great tool for teams to align on what it takes to move their people towards new ways of working – and how to talk about it. This ability is essential for business success and survival in a VUCA world.
“We held the workshop as part of a 2-day management meeting, as we were planning the reorgnization of our European distribution chain. The session helped us consider the full context of change, and put the
spotlight on what we need to get right to bring people on board.”
– Kerstin Lindell, President and CEO, Bona AB
In Celemi Exploring Change™ participants will:
Share their experiences of transformation processes.
Apply theoretical models for organizational transformation and change.
Deepen their understanding of the human side of change.
Learn how to analyze financial ratios and key performance indicators.
Key employee results
Celemi Exploring change™ offers a structured dialog that puts the spotlight on four success factors that can fast track change in your organization. It highlights the human dimension of change, providing valuable insights for leaders that want to help their teams or departments act on change – now and in the future.
Middle management buy-in
Alignment of reward structures