Implement organizational change
Eagle Hill helps change take hold, bypassing potential reluctance and ushering your organization to powerful results. We immerse ourselves in your vision for success and the impetus behind the change. By embedding ourselves within the business and engaging employees at every level in implementing organizational change, our approachable “people-people” bring—rather than drive—employees along.
What we do
Implement organizational change
We use a people-focused change management approach that helps you think strategically about which stakeholders to involve and how to inspire ownership that boosts change adoption.
We develop tailored communication plans that identify the best ways to reach your stakeholders and craft messages that break through the noise.
We work with you to keep change on track by proactively identifying and mitigating disruptions as you progress through your change journey.
We help you identify and develop the employee skillsets and behaviors needed to navigate and embrace change.
Our latest research & thinking
Keep your finger on the pulse of organizational change management trends impacting your industry with actionable insights and best practices based on our proprietary research.
Executives are turning to technology to enhance customer propositions and competitiveness. But when companies fail to engage employees in adopting and optimizing the use of the new technology, they’re coming up short on ROI.
Workforces are more multigenerational than ever before—so you might be surprised to learn that most employees share the same views on change management, regardless of their age group. What change management qualities cross generational divides?
Our infographic takes you through four phases of change management: people, process, strategy, and technology. At each phase, see the route and destination for your people on their change management journey.
With more people working remotely, organizations need new ways to manage organizational change—because bringing employees along through change when they work apart is not the same as when they’re together in the office.
By Melissa Jezior
To lead their workforce through a successful government transition plan, new federal leaders should emphasize everyone improvising together.
Change case studies
Unconventional consulting leads to unbelievable results
From engaging stakeholders to crafting strategic communications, our years of creative and strategic experience in implementing organizational change have helped clients across industries reach their potential.
Financial services: Narrative
A large financial services enterprise was undergoing a significant change and needed to prepare staff for new policies. We helped the team most impacted by this change get ready and gave them ownership in the competency modeling process.
Health & life sciences: Narrative
A large healthcare organization implemented Salesforce, a huge advance for them—as long as employees were motivated to use it properly. We worked closely with management to roll out the release in stages and build up their capabilities.