Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Upcoming Global Change Journey training courses

We're delighted to pass on this announcement from Holger Nauheimer from Change Facilitation s.r.o. about several upcoming workshops his group is offering:

Join us for a fresh view on change in organizations. We all know that 60-80% of all change projects fail. It is time to change how we see change.

Holger Nauheimer, worldwide known as one of the key innovators in the change management field, has recently announced a new approach to change in organizations: The Change Journey.

The concept radically departs from the blueprint approach of traditional change management models and is based on the fact that no two change processes are alike. Each organization that decides to embark on a change initiative has to reinvent itself and find its own path while mastering the uncertainty of the process.

Holger and his colleague Vesa Purokuru have designed a tool that serves as a guide through such a journey - the Change Journey Map.

With the Change Journey Map, individuals, teams and entire organizations are enabled to
• initiate an open dialogue about the required change,
• find common ground on the principles of the transformative process,
• identify priority areas for intervention,
• select the appropriate tools for driving that change, and
• create a list of required actions in order to make change successful and sustainable.

The Change Journey Map is a tool for change leaders. It helps to refocus on the essential skill of facilitators: to ask questions which matter and which open up new perspectives. The Change Journey concept is compatible with any other organizational development philosophy and can be enriched by all other existing change management toolkits.

Learn more about on how change can happen in the 21st century and participate in one of the global workshops in Brussels, Amersfoort (NL), Los Angeles, Seattle, Washington D.C. and New York:

The Change Journey supports 1WE ( For each workshop, course organizers will sponsor a rickshaw for a family in Bangladesh (
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