Change Navigator™

Change is normally an event, such as a merger, reorganization, new hires or resignations, while a person’s response to change is more like a process. Reactions to change can range from angst, fear, anger and confusion to anticipation, suspense and curiosity. Mainly, the psychological response to change is a transitional process that takes place over time. Usually people do not change their attitudes, convictions, feelings and alliances overnight. These attributes can be altered but this happens gradually and in different phases. Learn to understand the emotional journey everyone undergoes during considerable changes to:

  • Reduce resistance
  • Increase resilience

Being aware of, expressing and controlling our own feelings is an important part of success. It is important to be able to navigate during times of change and our ability to understand, interpret and respond to others feelings is crucial during times of change. 

The change navigator teaches you to understand and become aware of the four stages of change. You will learn to understand which phase in the transition you are in and what is important to you. 

Learn strategies to improve your resilience during times of intense change. 

Learn tools that you can use to lead others in times of change.  

The four stages

Stage 1 Acknowledging: most common mindset, comfort and control 

Stage 2 Reacting: most common mindset, confusion, misbelief and disorientation

Stage 3 Investigating: most common mindset, openness to explore new possibilities 

Stage 4 Implementing: most common mindset, willingness to learn and implement new expectations and areas of responsibilities 

Most suited for 

Everyone who wants to understand the emotional journey we undergo during times of substantial change. The change navigator helps you understand and become aware of the four stages of change. The change navigator will help you understand the four predictable stages of transition associated with change, which stage of transition you are currently experiencing and strategies for building resilience during change. 

 Ready to understand the different stages of change and what you can do?