How to Use a Change Audit to Avoid the Cost of Rework During Transformation

Do you know if your transformation is on the right track? This webinar teaches you how to use a change audit to reap the rewards of a faster, cheaper and more successful transformational change initiative.

Transformational change has so many unknowns and complexities that it is impossible to plan it accurately from the beginning.

Unlike projects with a clear end state, it is emergent, with leaders needing to course-correct both the desired outcome and the change process. This creates a challenge for leaders who want a clear plan with a pre-determined timetable. So, while the initiative is underway,  how do you know if your transformation is on the right track or needs to be course corrected?

Using a Change Audit will give you a clear picture of your current reality so you can course-correct and strategically navigate to your desired outcomes. 

A change audit assesses your:

  • Change Strategy
  • Organization’s Readiness, Capability and Capacity to Succeed in the Transformation
  • Leadership and Project Team Capability and Capacity to Lead the Transformation
  • Change plans, timelines and viability for success

Watch and learn what’s needed for your change audit to reap the rewards of a faster, cheaper and more successful change initiative. 

You’ll learn how a change audit can:

Meet Your Facilitator

Leslie Ellis

Leslie Ellis

When Fortune 500 companies like Bank of America and Ingersoll Rand need help managing change, they call Leslie. When change breaks an organization, she fixes it. Leslie specializes in assisting executives in designing and implementing strategies that manage successful transformation in an ever-changing business landscape without losing productivity.

Ellis is also an experienced presenter and workshop facilitator to executives and line-of-business professionals in HR, IT, operations and finance with a focus on change leadership and how to minimize rework by addressing four different areas: culture, mindset, behavior and content/systems. Ellis charges her clients to ask questions like, “What are we trying to achieve? Is the enterprise ready for change? Are all the right stakeholders involved, including senior executives and employees? Do we have the right “story” for our audience?” “What are we trying to achieve?” Leslie ensures her client’s change is goal-driven and intentional.

Leslie is a Certified Change Management Professional, a member of the Association of Change Management Professionals, and is certified in HSI Organizational Culture Inventory and Organizational Effectiveness Inventory; HSI Leadership Work Styles; and HSI Life Styles Inventory. Ellis is also a Personal and Team Resilience Practitioner, and graduate of 4Sight: Advanced Conscious Change Leadership Development.

Leslie’s passion is helping organizations through the complex and often tumultuous process of change. She specializes in assisting her clients to use the Being First Change Leader’s Roadmap Methodology to deliver manageable and long-lasting strategies that achieve desired outcomes. With her expertise, leaders gain insight and strategies to proactively address the human dynamics inherent in change initiatives and integrate those with the content changes through a consciously designed process.

Leslie Ellis is a Sr. Advisor with Being First, Inc.

Avoid the cost and time of rework

Learn how to use a change audit to reap the rewards of a faster, cheaper and more successful transformational change initiative.



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