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Change Management Consulting

Change with purpose and confidence

How much of your strategy depends on people changing the way they think, work, or behave?

As organisations restructure to adapt to the ever-changing world, including the adoption of (or movement to) a hybrid workforce, change management becomes increasingly critical; not only to the success of the organisation but to the well-being of your people.

GP Strategies is your trusted partner for change management consulting, helping organisations of all sizes and in all industries properly manage critical, large-scale changes. Whether you are navigating an intricate IT implementation or an organisational shift, we can help you build an organisation that not only survives on change, but thrives on it. Using our proven change management methodology, we employ preventive, proactive, and responsive methods to help create the agility your organisation needs to change with confidence!

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Organisational change begins with us

Organisational change management is the art and science of helping individuals and organisations adopt new ways of thinking, believing, and behaving so they do not get stuck in the past. Our change management strategies help overcome resistance to change while driving new ways of thinking and working by:

  • Developing executive sponsorship coaching and alignment across leadership and stakeholders
  • Building, growing, and maturing change management practices and capabilities in your organisation
  • Developing capable leaders and high performers to drive and support strategic change initiatives
  • Building change resilience throughout your organisation with adaptable employees who can recognise and manage their own, natural resistance to change
  • Providing expert change practitioners to augment, drive, and optimise your change strategy
Navigate change with confidence

We find that a combination of organisation-wide and localised tactics aimed at a business unit works best for organisations to effectively adapt to change. GP Strategies has developed change tactics based on this idea using our individual change model: the R2P2 Model.

This model focuses on four key stages, Reason, Role, Path and Partner. Change happens one person at a time, so ensuring leaders within the organisation are well-equipped to be engaged sponsors is a cornerstone to successful change.


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Achieving results at the speed of need

Change can be required at many levels in an organisation. GP Strategies helps you produce successful change when, where and how you need it. Our change management consultants can help you with:

  • Transformational change to ensure business acquisitions, expansions, and new product launches work to their full potential
  • Cultural change to adopt new ways of working, thinking, and avoiding culture clash
  • Large-scale IT implementations to drive user adoption, reduce integration costs, optimise project timelines, and achieve business results
  • Organisational restructuring to accelerate, optimise, and ultimately achieve a seamless new operation
  • Managing disruptive change when new technology or competitors make the old business model obsolete
  • Establishing change agility as a strategic capability and competitive advantage within your organisation so it is better prepared to effectively navigate unplanned change in addition to planned change

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