Change communications

Successfully organizing and communicating change

Whether the product of external influences or inner desire: Hardly any task confronts companies with greater challenges than a change project. Everybody knows the statistics for the multitudes of change projects that fail, or at least fail to meet their goals, year after year...after year.

Since the agency’s founding, komm.passion has offered change consulting and communication to prevent precisely this scenario and to enable organizations to successfully change. Because, as a rule, changes scare people and therefore represent a challenge that should never be underestimated. It’s not for no reason that the core task of change management is to meet employees – at all hierarchical levels – where they are and motivate them to take part with heart.

It doesn’t matter whether this means smaller changes in individual departments or the far-reaching transformation of the entire company. Change processes have very diverse reasons for existing, but they all have one thing in common: Here komm.passion can advise and accompany you and successfully support you with organization and communication.

Change triggers::

  • Implementation of a new company strategy
  • Growth initiatives or fusions
  • Cost-reduction programs
  • Changes in top management
  • Reorganization projects
  • Crises and reputational damage
  • And many more.


komm.passion service portfolio:

  • Strategic consulting
  • Project management
  • Development and implementation of purpose
  • Mission statement, vision and mission development
  • Workshop formats / cascades
  • Coaching and executive training
  • Internal communications and campaigns
  • HR communications


Are you facing a change project? Feel free to get in touch with us! And never forget the famous quote from Nobel Prize winner Konrad Lorenz: “What is thought isn’t always said, what is said isn’t always correctly heard, what is heard isn’t always correctly understood, what is understood isn’t always agreed with, what is agreed with isn’t always applied, and what is applied is by no means always kept.”

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