Organizational Development Consultant: Gregory Smith

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Any business climate comes with its own challenges. For a growing organization finding its way through situations that come about can be a constant struggle. Very often, the organization will learn that in order for it to continue as a competitive organization, changes need to take place. Not every organization is equipped with someone who can adequately take their company through the changes that are to take place. That is when it’s time to look for an Organizational Development consultant.

A Organizational Development consultant can help your company prepare for the changes that are getting ready to take place. The Organizational Development consultant can help you manage the change that you are about to go through. Once your company has gone through those changes, your consultant can help you reinforce the changes that have taken place.

The way your Organizational Development consultant will help you prepare for change is by putting together for you readiness assessments that help you tell find out where your company is. They then help in the development of a strategy that they will teach you how to follow. Part of this preparation will include manager training as they work with all levels of management who will be involved in this organizational development process. The consultant will also help set up an infrastructure that will allow communication to take place efficiently so that when problems come about they can be addressed quickly.

An Organizational Development consultant will also help in managing the change as it is taking place. They will help you learn how to implement the plan and strategy that has been laid out. They will help you learn how to spot problems on the way and give you the tools needed to help correct them along with any guidance that you might need. If your company should run into any resistance along the way from within the organization or from outside entities, they will help you learn how to deal with these in a way that brings about a positive outcome.

The Organizational Development consultant that you hire will also help you deal with the changes after they’ve taken place. They will help you collect data afterwards and teach you how to analyze the feedback that you get and implement any corrective action that needs to take place. Another important role is that they will help you recognize any success that you have achieved so you can celebrate having made it through these changes.

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5 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    December 2, 2004, 12:21 pm

    As you may or may not know I live in B.C. Canada, if you can send me some information on the training you provide, I may be able to forward it to my employer for consideration.

    I really appreciate the tips you send me. I am able to use most of them in my job.

    I am a Recreation Coordinator in a Long Term Care facility working with seniors, and responsible for 5 staff as well as coordination of all activity programs for the residents.

    Thanks again
    Jamie

  2. Anonymous
    June 9, 2005, 1:50 pm

    Will Walmart last forever? I believe everything rides a wave. Some are longer and larger but everything runs its course…. Someday the Giant will be replaced unless it continues to re-invent itself. Sears tried to re-invent itself too late. Therefore they found themselves in a reactive mode with their competitors. Bad place to be…. Just my thoughts..

  3. Basket
    October 25, 2005, 10:31 pm

    Bon jour. Le temps amer que je vois.

    Chercher le temps et quelques comment terrien ici.

    Blog agréable.

    Je devrai revenir plus tard.

  4. Hunt and Fish
    October 26, 2005, 2:01 am

    Great post, I enjoyed reading it.

    Adding you to favorites, Ill have to come back and read it again later.

  5. Hunt and Fish
    November 3, 2005, 5:41 pm

    Great post, I enjoyed reading it.

    Adding you to favorites, Ill have to come back and read it again later.

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