There is only one constant in today’s workplace – continuous change. While some organizations focus on Lean, Agile or other process improvement initiatives, others are focusing on higher customer satisfaction. Still others are navigating the intricacies of mergers, acquisitions or internal restructuring efforts. The common denominator for all? The inevitable wall of resistance that bubbles up from within their existing cultures. Most employees (and managers) are afraid of change, don’t want to change…or simply don’t know how to change. And if your people can’t or won’t change, then neither can your organization. That’s why, according to one recent study, 7 out of 10 major change initiatives end up in failure.
If failure is not an option for you and your team, you need IHE. Successful change depends not only on employees mastering increasingly complex technical skills, but also on the ability to change “stuck” attitudes and unproductive behaviors. This is where IHE training excels. As your employees learn how to identify and challenge their own limiting beliefs and attitudes, they unlock the keys to a growth mindset and become co-creators of a culture of excellence. With confidence, determination, optimism and willingness to learn, your team’s potential is almost limitless. Sound too good to be true? It’s not and we have almost 50 years of client data to prove it.