by. . . Patty Gaul
You’ve heard it dozens of times: Change is hard. So it stands to reason that serving as a change agent isn’t easy. In fact, it requires knowledge about group developmental theory and processes, emotional intelligence and people skills, and years of experience.
In the January 2018 issue of TD at Work, “7-Phase Consulting Model for Change Projects,” Alan Landers taps into his 40 years of practice to offer tips on the consulting process: initial contact, contracting, entry, assessment, goal setting and planning, implementation and feedback, and ending or expanding a contract. Read More here. . .