Navigate Change

Maintain and expand a great culture, especially during periods of organizational change.

Make Change a Healthy Part of Your Culture

Change happens all the time in the workplace. Sometimes, changes are proactive: your company may reorganize departments to improve collaboration or hire a new leader to expand your industry expertise. In other cases, change happens in response to unanticipated shifts in the marketplace. One thing is certain: navigating change is a skill everyone on your team needs to succeed.

When faced with change, many organizations focus exclusively on process. Process is important, but at the end of the day, it’s your people who make change happen. Unfortunately, people are sometimes wired to react to change in ways that may leave your team feeling unsettled, stressed, or demotivated.

To build and maintain a thriving culture, leaders must step in to help their teams navigate change. That includes helping people understand how change works, so they have the ability to participate in the process when it’s carried out. 

FranklinCovey’s principle-based content, expert consultants, and innovative technology will equip your team with the resources and insights they need to thrive through change. With a solid understanding of how people react to change, how to position change as an opportunity, and how to engage individuals in change processes, your company can maintain trust, sustain excellence, and ensure respect every step of the way.

 

Key Change Skills

A hallmark of a winning culture is having a team that’s flexible and primed to pivot during periods of rapid change.

Leading Through Change

Build an environment where people navigate change with emotional agility and resilience

Adaptability

Instill habits of effectiveness that empower people to do their best work and adapt to change

Free Guide

How to Communicate Change: A Tool for Leaders

Help your leaders formulate an effective message the next time they communicate a change to their team.

Free Webcast

Change: How to Turn Uncertainty Into Opportunity™

Learn how to manage reactions to change, proactively prepare for it, and get more effective results from your team.

The Power of the Journey

Lasting behaviour change comes from the inside out. Who people are, and how they view the world, impacts how they engage and lead others. Our Impact Journeys combine our exclusive content, expert consultants, and powerful technology to help people change both their mindset and their behaviour.

Explore a sample Impact Journey excerpt below.

Navigate Change Effectively

  • 01 Live-Online

    Lead Yourself Through Change

    Change is everywhere and it’s happening faster than ever before. This module will help you learn to understand change and engage with it more effectively both at work and in life.

    Timing: 120 min

  • 02 10-Minute Action

    Assess Your Typical Response to Change

    Do you think change is inevitable? Stressful? Exciting? Something you can improve at? Take this three-part assessment to learn more about your attitudes, reactions, and behaviours.

    Timing: 10 min

  • 03 Jhana

    There’s Too Much Change at Once

    What can you do when bigger-than-ever company changes are flying at you faster than you can handle? More than you might think!

    Timing: 5 min

  • 04 Video

    3 Questions to Spark Innovation After a Change

    Every change creates a new landscape of possibilities. FranklinCovey consultant Marché Barney shares how to spot and take advantage of those opportunities.

    Timing: 3 min

  • 05 Excelerators

    Habit 1: Be Proactive®

    Everything in the world around you can push you to react. But there’s a moment of great power between experiencing something and responding, a moment in which you can choose how to proactively respond.

    Timing: 30—60 min

  • 06 InSights

    Big Rocks

    Fitting everything into your life is difficult, but it gets much easier when you focus on your most important priorities (big rocks).

    Timing: 10 min

Help your team effectively navigate change in the workplace.

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