Leading Change – Building buy-in and momentum

It is critical to find a point of leverage to gain momentum during change and this workshop will offer that point. The Change MAP© is the cyclical framework we use to assist schools in navigating uncertainty.

We use any existing change you are experiencing as a school, and we apply the Change Map© to accelerate it. We all need the skills to respond to the shift in expectations that change brings. Even in our classrooms, tt is tempting to use the 3F’s (fear, force and facts) to ensure the change is implemented, but they motivate people (colleagues and learners) to protect and resist. Change gets stuck in the cycle of resistance. In this session we explore the assumptions made about change and we offer you the tools to gain momentum. By the end of the session, your staff will be well equipped with a common language to drive any change forward.

This bespoke solution is facilitated using existing changes from your school context. We follow The Change Map© developed by Josh Freedman of Six Seconds to ensure your change gains momentum.


  • Our changing world
  • The impact of rising stress
  • Capturing changes experienced at your school


  • Leading change from the inside out
  • Case study examples of successful & unsuccessful change
  • The role of emotions and feelings during change
  • The EQ Connection
  • The Change MAP© and finding points of leverage
  • The TFA Connection


  • Gaining momentum
  • Our role in successful and unsuccessful change initiatives
  • Identifying moments of choice
  • Commitment and next step

1 Day

Method of Delivery

In-the-room Facilitation


A6 The Change Map© card

  1. Andrea Welsh Breetzke

    Before attending this workshop, I held the belief that I could handle change with relative ease. However, my perspective shifted after participating in the session.
    The value of the training was that it was real and grounded in MY workplace. The examples that we used were real /applicable change situations. Additionally, exploring the correlation between emotional intelligence (EQ) and our reactions to change proved insightful.
    We left the workshop equipped with tangible tools for the future, including a helpful ‘feelings chart’ applicable to both adults and children in our school, which was immensely beneficial.
    Carey demonstrated exceptional skill and knowledge in facilitating learning, adeptly navigating through challenging topics and situations.
    We extend our gratitude for sharing this invaluable resource with our school community.
    Thank you for sharing this valuable tool with our school.
    Clarendon Primary School

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