Virginia Satir’s Change Model PowerPoint Diagram

The Virginia Satir’s Change Model PowerPoint Diagram is a visual presentation of coping with unexpected events. This concept model by Virginia Satir, family therapist, is a helpful mechanism for individuals to deal with changes. However, this change model is effectively applicable to organizational changes. It has become valuable management tool for managers and leaders working with various industries and projects. Because it assists in analyzing the impact of change and find a solution for team as they go through difficulties. This model further enables the managers to re-evaluate the process to achieve efficiency. The Virginia Satir’s change model is a 5 steps slope diagram on graph. Following are the stages of Satir’s change model:

  1. Old status quo: The things are going as planned and no change necessary until client acknowledges it
  2. Resistance: Things which disrupt the comfort of old status quo (Change happens)
  3. Chaos: The business can no longer produce results with old methods
  4. Integration: Find solutions for desired results and apply the most effective ones including new skills. (Transforming Idea)
  5. New status quo: Lastly, the stage where company enjoys improved processes.

There are two evaluation parameters on X and Y axes i.e. Time and Performance. The diagram shows how chaos can bring down performance and integration improves it with time. The Virginia Satir’s Change Model PowerPoint Diagram provides two slide layouts of 5 stages. These stages explain the effects of change on thinking, performance, and physiology. Although each stage has different color and size to differentiate from other segments, users can customize them according to presentation.

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