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Organizational Transformation. 
Aligning culture, talent, and strategy.

Embrace change.  Align leaders.  Enable the workforce.


Change management today requires companies to elevate the level of active leadership, move at a faster pace, include employees in decision-making, and ingrain new behaviors. 


Genesis Consulting works with their clients to identify the inherent “people-related” risks that can impact the success of any transformation  initiative. We assess overall readiness for change by evaluating stakeholder groups across the enterprise.

We work side-by-side our clients, coaching them to:

  • Envision, plan, and manage enterprise-wide organization transformation programs

  • Plan and execute change management initiatives, with speed and agility

  • Build an internal change capability that is increasingly agile and adaptive

Specifically, we help our clients:

  • Set and articulate a business case and vision for change that creates a long-term view based on solid and credible rationale

  • Develop a change strategy that includes considerations to successfully engage and enable stakeholders

  • Mobilize and align leaders to lead, coordinate and facilitate change

  • Engage and communicate with stakeholders to encourage collaboration and support

  • Align the organization in structure, performance and incentives with clear metrics to measure the success of change

  • Enable the workforce through learning and facilitating role changes

  • Develop a change-centric culture that supports the organization’s strategy and specific change initiative


Our Organizational Change Management approach includes techniques for:

  • Creating a change management strategy (Readiness Assessments)

  • Engaging senior managers as change leaders (Sponsorship)

  • Building awareness of the need for change (Communications)

  • Developing skills and knowledge to support the change (Education
    and Training)

  • Helping employees move through the transition (Coaching by managers and supervisors)

  • Developing methods to sustain the change (Measurement systems, Rewards, and Reinforcement)

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