Organisational change is an increasingly common aspect of life in many schools but can leave employees feeling unsettled and anxious.
The Change Curve is widely used in change management to help describe individual’s reactions to significant change or upheaval.
Much like how change is complex, so are individual’s reactions to it. It important to remember that people accept and adapt to change in their own time. This means that employees may move through the stages at different speeds or may not follow or experience all of the change stages.
This model helps in explaining the feelings and reactions of individuals who are exposed to change and provides useful guidance on what you can do to support your staff at each stage of the process to increase the likelihood of successfully implementing organisational change.
Change Management and Change Leadership Training delivered by Hazel Standbridge and Premier Partnership