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15 Mar 2023

Navigating Around Change Management

Change is an inevitable part of life, and this is no less true in the business world. Changes in the market, competition, and technology can significantly impact an organization’s operations, and it is important to be able to manage these changes effectively. Change management is the process of planning, implementing, and managing changes within an organization. In this blog, we will discuss some effective strategies for dealing with change management.

  • 1. Develop a Change Management: Plan The first step in dealing with change management is to develop a plan. This plan should outline the specific changes that are taking place, the goals of these changes, and how they will be implemented. The plan should also include details on how the organization will measure the success of these changes.
  • 2. Communicate Effectively: Effective communication is essential when dealing with change management. All stakeholders should be informed of the changes and the reasons behind them. This includes employees, customers, suppliers, and any other stakeholders who may be impacted by the changes. Clear and concise communication can help to minimize confusion and ensure that everyone is on the same page.
  • 3. Manage Resistance:
  • 4. Provide Support and Training: When implementing changes, it is important to provide support and training to employees. This will help to ensure that they understand the changes and how to adapt to them. It can also help to alleviate fears and concerns that employees may have about the changes.
  • 5. Monitor Progress and Adapt: Once changes have been implemented, it is important to monitor progress and adapt as necessary. This can involve measuring the success of the changes and making adjustments if necessary. It is also important to be open to feedback and suggestions from employees and stakeholders.
  • 6. Celebrate Success: When changes have been successfully implemented, it is important to celebrate success. This can involve recognizing employees who have contributed to the changes, sharing success stories, and communicating the positive impact that the changes have had on the organization.

In conclusion, change management is an essential part of any organization. By developing a change management plan, communicating effectively, managing resistance, providing support and training, monitoring progress, and celebrating success, organizations can manage change effectively and ensure that they remain competitive in a dynamic business environment.

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Sahil Bajaj

Co-founder Team Builders India

Sahil Bajaj is India’s best Corporate Presenter, having over 11 years of experience in the industry. He was awarded the Best Corporate Presenter & Trainer by EEMA Spotlight Award 2017. Having an extensive Television and Radio background, he heads the Business Development Unit at TBI.

Sahil Bajaj adds dynamism and flavor to team building at Team Builders India. He started really young at the age of 17 as an emcee, quickly moved up the ladder as a corporate presenter and eventually landed into Team Building and found his passion for people engagement.

He and Utsav have the power to electrify larger groups. And that is how they decided to Co-found Team Builders India.

Apart from being the lead gap-finder at Team Builders India, Sahil is also the acting COO and manages execution for all the programs.


Utsav Shukla

Dynamic Public Speaker

A dynamic public speaker & Orator. Certified Trainer. He is an Asian Debating Champion, Adjudged World’s 3rd Best Debater against Harvard, Standford and Yale University & one of the only 10 Master Trainers in India. His experience has been diverse with multiple industries like Manufacturing, FMCG, Finance, etc.

A voracious, dynamic public speaker & Orator who started training delivery at a young age of 21 with IIM Ranchi, Utsav has carved a niche for himself in the experiential learning space. He has delivered workshops for associate level workers of Maruti to the top Management of MARS Chocolates to DRDO Scientists. His experience has been diverse with multiple industries like Manufacturing, Consulting, FMCG, IT etc. Following are the top programs he delivered in the last 6 Months:

  • Covered 1800 People for Team Effectiveness Intervention for American Express, India
  • Cultural Integration Program for Budweiser Value Integration Program for Greenlam Industries
  • Sales Intervention on the theme Believe for MARS India
  • Leadership Development Program for SAP in Singapore & Malaysia
  • Workshop on “Outrageous Targets” for National Sales Team of Viacom TV 18
  • Self Effectiveness workshop for Scientists of DRDO

Utsav currently is the lead Gap Finder at Team Builders managing Projects and end to end solutions from Training Need Analysis to creating customized training solutions and managing execution of the solutions across locations.


Asif Basra

Method Actor & Theatre Session Specialist

Known for over two decades for his numerous theatre and cinema performances. Asif Basra works with clients on a one-on-one format or in small groups, inducing participants to focus their energy on the task at hand – just as adept actors are trained to do.

Theatre techniques are used to help participants to tap into their different roles and emotions. They are encouraged, through spontaneous movement, to sync their body and mind in full synergy, so as to break down their everyday conditioning and knee-jerk habituation.