Built for change

How to develop organizational resilience with skills-based coaching

Today, more than ever before, organizations face an environment that is shaped by volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity—VUCA, for short. In the span of just a few years we’ve seen COVID, the great resignation and now a possible recession.

What’s surprising is that despite the constant insecurity experienced in the past couple of years, it seems that only a handful of organizations have managed to successfully crisis-proof their operations.

Learn how well-known organizations have used coaching to help keep their team engaged and navigate through turbulent times.

You’ll learn:

  • The role of leadership in change management
  • What are the business benefits of leadership training
  • 8 different organizational change scenarios and how coaching can help

A record 47.8 million Americans resigned from their jobs

The pandemic had a significant impact on employee behavior, impacting how employees think about their jobs, their concepts of fulfillment and recognition, and their long-term goals. 

A record 47.8 million Americans resigned from their jobs in 2021, the start of the ‘great resignation.’ Today, those trends continue, as one fifth of workers are planning to switch employers in the next year.

Change and workforce resilience go hand in hand. The good news is that organizations that prioritize employee well-being and engagement are least likely to see an exodus of top skilled employees. 

In fact, organizations with the highest level of employee engagement are ones that consistently upskill managers to coach employees through times of change, according to a Gallup poll.

Prepare your leaders for change management!