3 Ways a Change Management Speaker Can Help Your Company Overcome Large Transitions

Change Management Speaker

“Change is hard” – is that necessarily true?

With the right change management speaker, it doesn’t have to be.

A good change management speaker can make major company transitions virtually painless, while a great speaker can actually make your employees embrace change with open arms.

Here are the top 3 ways a change management speaker will help to ease discomfort and usher your company into the future during times of transition.

  1. Overcoming fears
    Change is hard because it’s scary. The best change management speakers directly address employee fears while acknowledging their unique experiences.
    A good change management speaker does’t sugar coat, and doesn’t make promises no one can keep. Instead, they get real about the current state of your company and guide your audience toward a new perspective about the change taking place.
  2. Painting a picture of the future
    A great change management speaker paints a crystal-clear picture of the future for your audience. They illustrate the benefits of the new company culture that will arise after the transition has taken place. When employees can easily picture what’s in store, they’re far more likely to relax and embrace change.
  3. Revealing strategic action
    Change Management Speakers should not only overcome fears and talk about the future; they should show your audience how your company will get there.
    By revealing key next steps for employees, management, and executives, everyone in your company will gain a deeper understanding of their role in facilitating company-wide change.

Mike Hourigan is a change management speaker for established companies, organizations, and events throughout the United States and Europe.

Contact Mike at 704-875-3030, 888-PRO-KEYNOTE or by filling out the form below.

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