More than 80% of the organizational change efforts around the world happen under new leadership. There is a reason for this. We are all very bad at changing the things that we ourselves have built. By comparison, changing something that someone else has built is always relatively easy.
The road is not without its challenges, though. Most of the people that you find in the organization will be the same ones that created the reality that you want to change. Things that seem obviously wrong to you will seem reasonably right to them. Pushing through the message about the necessity for a change and making a clear case of your requirements sound s like a good idea, a tempting one, after all you are the boss! But if you want your change to happen, it is critically important that you get a sufficient number of key members of your management team on board of your change initiative and that you have no deep-rooted enemy to it. If you fail to do this, you will find your change effort fail, despite your best intentions and best-crafted strategies.
We can help you bring your change coalition together, candidly explore both your differences and your areas of alignement, iron out critical conflictual views and align it to a common strategy and, most importantly, to a common culture.