Leadership of Change® - Quote Cards (81 - 94)
Change Management Behaviour - Volume 6
Change management and the Leadership of Change are a challenge for every organisation. It’s important that everyone involved approaches organisational changes with a growth mindset, learning from previous change, aligning the leadership team, using structures approaches and focusing on employee behaviour change to achieve benefits realisation and suitability.
Please enjoy reading our Change Management Behaviour Quote Cards that are contained within our seventh book: Change Management Behaviour - Leadership of Change Volume 6:
"To solve the employee behaviour problem, the organisation must recognise there is an issue. The new behaviours need to be redesigned, a resolution made to implement them, replicate them and reinforce the new way”
"Achieve employee change adoption through: Awareness, Understanding, Involvement, Learning and Motivation”
"Getting employees to recognise their negative behaviour requires us to understand their goals, needs and motivation"
“If the old employee behaviours are problematic, then redesign new positive behaviours”
“Resolve is the foundation of change. The organisation and its employees must make a commitment to behaviour change and take personal ownership”
“The more we replicate the new behaviours, the more they will become the norm”
"Reinforcement is an effective change tool to encourage positive behaviours and discourage negative behaviours”
“If it is difficult to change the behaviour of people so they are healthier and live longer, how difficult will it be to change employee workplace behaviour”
“An organisation is built on the three pillars of employees, processes and systems. Behaviour change requires leadership focus on all three”
“If you do not change employee behaviour, you will not get organisational change or performance improvement”
“Constructive feedback is leadership gift and driver of organisational behavioural change”
“If you do not change employee mindset and behaviour, you will not get organisational change"
“When the leaders of change ignore a negative behaviour, they set a new standard"
“Future leaders emulate their leaders as they are perceived as successful. They replicate their behaviours but unfortunately these behaviours in many cases are counterproductive to a successful organisation"