Journey to Newland: A Road Map for Transformational Change
A 1-day introductory session or a 2-day workshop
The symbolic places in Journey To Newland were carefully chosen to mirror real life situations. The Globaland map lays out a clear picture of when and how to leave Oldland; overcome the obstacles of Nostalgia Desert and Comfort Valley; utilize the Meeting Place, Resource River and the Grapevine; find Leverage Lake; cross Timing Ridge; widen Capacity Stream; navigate Growth River and Changeland; blaze through Transition Valley and reap the opportunity in Newland.
In this comprehensive program, training and organizational development professionals will find an integrated design and infrastructure that enables them to focus on the important issues of leadership, change, teamwork diversity and communication. This program facilitates participants to explore and master the skills that are most crucial to transformative change: leading change, building teams, valuing differences and improving communication.
Stage 1: Prepare for the Journey.
Stage 2: Survey the Territory.
Stage 3: Set the Guidelines.
Stage 4: Gather the Team.
Stage 5: Choose the Path.
Stage 6: Navigate the Terrain.
Stage 7: Make the Transition.
Stage 8: Cross the Border.
Providing participants with the opportunity to understand how change is inevitable and how transformative change is a crucial ingredient to organizational success, The Journey to Newland training packag offers a creative approach that helps to simplify complex issues and brings intangible concepts down to earth.
In this comprehensive program, training and organization development professionals will find an integrated design and infrastructure that will enable them to focus on the important issues of leadership, change, teamwork, diversity, and communication under the umbrella of one program. A Journey to Newland Workshop is ideal for a variety of organization situations including:
The Journey to Newland Workshop provides participants with a cast of memorable characters, a captivating story, and a common language designed to help participants navigate through the often difficult and emotionally charged issues that arise during periods of growth and change in organizations.
If You're Not Leading Change, It Will Lead YouIn today's fast-paced business environment, change has become "business as usual." Change is constant. Change is relentless. It's no surprise then that the success or failure of an organization often depends on your ability as a leader, to respond to change. While most leaders realize the importance of facing change head-on, far too few are equipped to handle the journey that ensues.
The Journey to Newland Participant Workbook provides workshop participants with a road map for navigating the change journey from start to finish. This comprehensive framework -- with its easy-to-follow process, memorable methodologies, and practical tools -- enables participants to explore and eventually master the skills that are most crucial to transformational change leading change, building teams, valuing differences, and optimizing communication.
Using this handy Workbook, in conjunction with a workshop, will help leaders simplify complex issues and bring intangible concepts down to earth. Participants will meet and become familiar with a cast of memorable characters, engage in a captivating story, and learn a common language to deal with emotionally sensitive issues.
About the Authors
Bill Poole, CEO, president, and founder of LifeLead International, has more than twenty years of experience as a personal, team, and organizational consultant, coach, specialist, speaker, and author.
Greg Gray is a senior managing partner and director of competencies, analysis, and assessment at LifeLead International.
Karen Gray is a senior partner, advisory board member, and director of instructional design for LifeLead International.