Change management
Episode #23

Change management

Interview with: Agnieszka Ert-Eberdt
HR Strategic Advisor, Coach, Mentor and Business Trainer

The change affects the organization, departments, and teams on many levels, in different intensities and sizes. However, it is inevitable. How to properly lead the team through the change process? We will guide you through it with Agnieszka, step by step, bringing a recipe for a successful transformation.

We will talk about the essence of the organization’s value in the process of change, and the psychological resistance that we have imprinted and which makes changes not fill us with euphoria, at least not in the initial stage. We will discuss the essence of communication and the need to build commitment around the ongoing process, including the appointment of Change Ambassadors. You will find out how useful coaching and mentoring are in the process of change, and how much it can cost us to carry it out in the wrong way.

Agnieszka Ert-Eberdt
When a shift is conducted, without maintaining the basic health and safety, and hygiene of the shift, on the principle of chopping with an ax, the victims are large. These are demotivated people. These are the people who are leaving. This is business continuity. These are escalating. This is bad employer branding because it is spread around the market that something bad is happening in this company. And in general, rumors are 2-3 times louder than the actual situation.
Agnieszka Ert-Eberdt says, HR Strategic Advisor, Coach, Mentor and Business Trainer
Let's go through the stages of change management


  • definition of change management,
  • what is the role of the Change Manager?
  • recipe for successful transformation,
  • how to take care of the values of the organization?


  • committed team versus resistance and emotions,
  • fear of employees and its consequences,
  • how to communicate with employees?
  • how to convince to change and meet the diversity of needs?


  • allies and Ambassadors of Change,
  • coaching, and mentoring – how effective are they?
  • sacrifices and costs in the process of change,
  • mindset change, or process change?