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FIFTY-FOURTH EDITION
Change Catalysts Change Intelligence
 

 

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Learn how to build the CQ of leaders you coach, teams you facilitate, and organizations you serve to execute successful, sustainable change

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"The real-life case studies, interactive exercises, individual coaching and group facilitation action plans provided me a ton of value - way beyond what's in the book, and way more than I expected!  I began using the new tools the very next day with my clients.  They 'got' the simple yet powerful process right away, and within a month we're seeing amazing results!"


Want to Experience
CQ
in action and
hear Barbara speak?


Here are some upcoming public opportunities: 

Association for Change Management Professionals Southern California Chapter (ACMP-SoCal) Webinar July 19

Organizational Development Network-Chicago (ODNC) Meeting – August 8 – Lisle, IL

HR Florida Conference and Expo – August 25-28 – Orlando, FL

Association for Talent Development (ATD) Webinar – September 6

Empowering Women in Industry Summit – September 26 – Chicago, IL

Women and Manufacturing Podcast - serving as a guest host, listen to Barbara interview amazing women make a difference in manufacturing and STEM fields 


How can I start building my Change Intelligence today?

Visit ChangeCatalysts.com
and download two free chapters of the book.  Check out our many case studies and client testimonials!

Read the except of Change Intelligence published in
Training Magazine



What's my CQ?
How can my team /organization develop our collective CQ to lead successful and sustainable change?

Check out the CQ Certification Process, and email me at btrautlein@
changecatalysts.com to start your journey.


 
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At the recent Association of Change Management Professionals Global Conference, Mark Ruth, the International Coach Federation’s (ICF) Director of Research and Education, and I co-facilitated a presentation and a masterclass on Building a Coaching Culture for Change Management.”  I’ve written about this topic in three previous newsletters (links below), and for a quick summary of the ICF/HCI research on the subject including bottom line benefits of “coaching for change” click here to view an excellent 4.3 minute video synopsis.

During our presentation, Mark explained how although “training” is the most common way organizations attempt to build change capabilities, “coaching” is actually rated as far more effective in achieving this goal.  As we know, it’s not either/or, it’s both/and – our individual and collective ability to execute change is accelerated through the powerful combination of training in the classroom PLUS coaching in the field.  Towards that end, I shared an example of how a client organization (who’s Organizational Development & Learning team was certified in Change Intelligence and then delivered CQ training and coaching inhouse), used this potent one-two punch and the results they achieved.  I invite you to click here to view an 8-minute excerpt from our presentation, highlighting benefits realized in the words of members of the client organization themselves, including:

*Leaders explored the emotional journey of change and were equipped with tools to ask powerful questions to understand sources of resistance and help employees embrace change;

*Individual teams built their ability to cooperate in implementing change together and cross-team collaboration was enhanced by learning how to partner across functional divides;

*Developing a common language allowed the overall system to build an enabling foundation to lead not only the changes of today, but moreover all the changes sure to come;

*Leading change more effectively made it possible for the overall system to not only execute change more quickly and more smoothly, but moreover to more effectively serve their patients – that is, to achieve the mission of the healthcare system.


Want to learn more?
Check out these resources:

The first newsletter in my coaching-for-change series, in which I describe how coaching is the most powerful but least utilized tool in our change toolkit – and why.

The second article in the series, detailing how coaching can impact the three success or failure factors in change – leadership commitment/abdication, employee resilience/resistance, and effective/ineffective communication.

The third newsletter, where I share specific examples of forms coaching can take in organizations – coaching by external professionals, coaching by internal leaders/managers, coaching for departmental teams, and coaching for project teams. 

The Building a Coaching Culture for Change Management Research Report, which identified what High Performance Organizations (HPOs) and those with Strong Coaching Cultures (SCCs) are doing to promote successful change and how coaching is part of the solution.

 
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