A country that refuses to return to the past, eliminates all its former leaders, chooses a 39-year-old president who does not belong to any political party, whose project converges sensitivities regularly antagonistic … is a country which, by upsetting the established norms, Announces a profound change in the corporate model.
Whether we agree or disagree with this major event that is taking place before our eyes, we must accept this evidence: our culture is changing. It is to us entrepreneurs, builders, creators, builders, animators, organizers, professionals of all sides, men and women of good will, rational, empirical, etc. That it is a matter of constructing and giving a desirable and perennial form to this future.
The culture of French society is transformed: nothing will ever be the same as before; Both in terms of industrial relations and the way in which organizations operate. All professional agents of change will tell you: this prospect of mutation generates two kinds of anguish that need to be skillfully managed: adaptation anxiety and survival anxiety. (E. Schein)
The anxiety of adaptation arises from the feeling that one can have when one doubts one’s capacity to adapt to a new environment (“if one can dismiss me more easily … then I will be able to find A new job more easily … as they say? “).
Supporters of adaptation anxiety are in favor of the status quo.
The anguish of survival arises from the feeling of distress, severe crisis, bankruptcy, marasmus, personal endangerment that pushes us to have to leave at any cost the unhealthy and contagious situation in which we are plunged.
The supporters of the anxiety of survival are in favor of change.
It is – it seems to me – in this configuration that a great majority of our fellow citizens are now.
Well-informed leaders know how this field of change-enabling forces, this rippling energy, this perfume of renewal, offer a rare opportunity to undertake and succeed in a sustainable transformation of the culture of their organizations. The moment is propitious: a great majority of employees feel supported by any project offering the hope of a better future. But ATTENTION this “state of grace” will not last long. Our politicians know that the biggest reforms must be put in place in the very first months of their investiture.
Leaders, HRDs or other enlightened leaders is the right time: make an INVENTORY OF THE CULTURE OF YOUR BUSINESS (OIC)
With the irreplaceable information collected, we will help you navigate this extraordinary wave of change and give your organization a desirable and highly effective form.