COACHING AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
Coaching can be applied to change management in ways that develop resilience and agility at all levels and support both the success and sustainability of the change effort. Theorists have studied various aspects of change in organizations, emphasizing the process of managing change, the systemic nature of change, and the psychological impact on the individual. Three of these theorists will serve to illustrate the range.
Change as a Transition: William Bridges
Bridges (1991) was the first to identify the implications of change as a personal psychological process and explain the individual experience of transition and its implications. He delineated a three-stage process to be managed.
1. Ending, losing, letting ...