When working in an environment of constant change, it is helpful to use a framework to help us navigate the turbulence and implement changesthat have desired outcomes and that are sustained over time. This 9 minute Quickbit will explore the three driver dimensions identified by NIRN that help us understand the factors that make the difference between when change is successful and sustained, and when it is not. 

This microlearning (2 minutes) explains the 3 most popular tools used by those managing change efforts at their agency.

Has your agency ever implemented an initiative, only to be surprised that others disagree with the solution? Ever thought a problem was fixed, only to have to go back to the drawing board? If you have, you’re not alone. The research indicates that one reason this could happen is that we are not meaningfully engaging those most impacted by a change, even when it's being developed to improve services for them. Take this xx minute course to learn what contributes to effective collaboration.

Talking about a change initiative is one thing, but actually making it real is quite another. An implementation framework will help you understand and manage the steps necessary for creating sustainable change. NCWWI has chosen the framework developed by the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) and this microlearning (9 minutes) will review the stages of implementation.

Heifetz and his co-authors identified seven major behaviors that can help you address challenges successfully and manage change (see #1 below). This microlearning (3 minutes) will focus on one of those – regulating distress.

At just over 2 minutes, this short course provides an overview of the different stages people buy in and effective engagement strategies for each.