Resources for Change can partner with you to transform painful
change into an opportunity to grow creatively. Step by step,
we help you promote leadership, develop strategies, build
cohesive teams, and achieve productive solutions.
Our services are in five principal areas:
How Do You Know When You Need An Organizational
What Issues are You Confronting?
Is your organization changing to meet market demands?
Should your organization review its direction?
- What once worked is no longer effective, but you
can't answer "what's next?"
- Are you effecting both behavorial and organizational
- Should you consider personnel changes?
- Will your changes last?
- Do you know how to accelerate change while building
internal commitment to change?
- Have you worked with management consultants but
seen little impact?
Does Your Organization Need a Recharge?
- Do you need to change course?
- Are your key initiatives aligned with your mission
and vision? With customer needs? Are your people on
- Do staff skills meet current market expectations?
- Are the points of intersection (e.g., communication,
decision making) in your organization the appropriate
- Are you managing change or is it managing you?
Is Leadership Succession a Concern?
- Is morale low, despite high performance?
- Are your competitors gaining ground, and your organization
- Are plans and priorities out of sync with real business
- Are project results falling short of expectations?
- Do you need to discover the barriers within you?
Within the environment?
- How do you strengthen your organization's capacity
Do You Need to Match Jobs with People Better?
- Is your executive team up to the tasks it confronts?
- How are you training and mentoring new leaders?
Are Board Members Really "On Board?"
- Do you assure your people they are your most valuable
resource? How are you communicating the message? How
is it received?
- How are you tapping the creativity of your staff
- Are the organization and the board in step with
- Is your board retaining members but not generating
energy? Or is there energy, but no stability?