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Five phases of leading change

This workshop can be customised slightly and facilitated either virtually or face-to-face.

Why this workshop?

Five phases of leading change, is a  workshop designed by Dr Louise van Rhyn that will offer the keys to leading change. Change leaders define new expectations, behaviors, and the commitment needed from people. When leading others through transitions, leaders set a new direction and share a compelling vision of the future so people can see the possibilities and what success looks like.

"Any change is difficult at the beginning, complicated in the middle and beautiful at the end." - Robin Sharma

Change leaders are committed to successful implementation and buy-in from their stakeholders. This is usually easier said than done.
Change in organisations has become a permanent reality: it is estimated that today employees undergo an average of 3 changes simultaneously. Despite this considerable number of changes, according to research by McKinsey & Company, 70% of them still fail.

Dr Louise van Rhyn is a leadership development practitioner and change consultant. She has been supporting change leaders for 30+ years and has been involved in many large-scale change initiatives. She holds a Doctorate in Complex Social change and has founded several entrepreneurial organisations.
What others have said...

"My work requires consulting in some areas within the university, the workshop assisted me to reflect and check my blind spots."

"I am now looking at the challenge I have differently - owning up and looking forward to handle matters differently using what I learnt from this workshop."

"It was a brilliant session."

In-house Workshops

Our workshops are customisable and we would love to work with you to design this workshop to meet your outcome requirements.

For more information about this cost-effective option, please contact Kym on 082 453 9393 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.