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Change Management Toolkit

Change Management Toolkit

For Achieving Results Through Organizational Change

Ian Hall, Jo Cumming


Facilitate change more smoothly with this printable, customizable training programme which helps commit line managers to the change management process.

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About the book

Deliver organizational change, whether in private, public, or not-for-profit organizations, in an effective and coordinated way with this practical solution that takes you from defining what you need to achieve all the way through to implementation.

Are you needing to develop the confidence, capability and competence of your change team? The Change Management Toolkit equips teams for successful change by informing and guiding at each stage of the strategy design and change implementation process. Consisting of printable, customizable modules, handouts and activities, the toolkit provides a straightforward framework complete with background information, case studies from around the world and tried and tested tools your team can adopt to implement change successfully. Mapped to a 7-step model, the modules cover

- Preparing for change
- Creating a vision for change in your organization
- Assessing the impact in terms of people, processes and structure
- Gaining the support of employees and communicating the change effectively
- Managing the change transition
- Sustaining the momentum
- Evaluating the change and mapping the future

The Change Management Toolkit addresses organizational issues, including leadership and overcoming resistance to change, helping your team to work together and make the purpose of change clear to all those involved, be it the change manager, the change team, the facilitators or the participants.

About the Kogan Page Toolkits: Our toolkits provide complete sets of customizable, printable resources to facilitate in-house training and development workshops and strategy design. Supplied as both ring binders and electronic files, and consisting of modules which can be used individually or combined for more extended programmes, the toolkits include ready-made practical exercises, handouts, discussion questions and more to upskill managers in performance management, change management and employee engagement.


It is a well-designed and helpful piece of work... A number of the ideas for exercises are creative and original, and I'm convinced would lead to really good outcomes for learners.
Richard Smith, chief examiner for APMG and editor of The Effective Change Manager’s Handbook

Distilled from years of experience helping and supporting people and organisations through change, Ian and Jo have produced a unique and practical change model and guide which provides an excellent map to navigate change successfully. Highly insightful, it also provides a plethora of stand-alone tools and interventions which can be utilised to help deal with other issues and situations. I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone introducing or managing change.
Glyn Cave, HR Director, The North British Distillery Co. Ltd.

Book Details

  • EAN: 9780749475468
  • Edition: 1
  • Published: 29th January 2016
  • Loose-leaf
  • Dimensions: 297x210
  • 432 pages

About the Author

Ian Hall is a partner at Glentruim Change Agents. Clients have included NHS Leadership Centre, Department of Work & Pensions National Development Team, BP, Sainsburys, and Lever Brothers. Ian was formerly the Director of the MSc in People & Organisational Development at Salford University and a Visiting Fellow at The Revans Institute in Action Learning.

Jo Cumming is an applied psychologist and Partner at Glentruim Change Agents. She has worked with a wide range of private, public sector and not-for profit clients providing executive coaching, team and organizational development. Jo is also a Director of The Pebble Trust and was previously a Director of The Keil Centre, Edinburgh, one of the largest applied psychology organisations in the UK.

Ian Hall

Jo Cumming

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