Bridges Transition Model Google Slides Template Diagrams For Presentations
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What is the Bridges Transition Model?
The Bridges’ Transition Model was created and developed by change consultant, William Bridges, and was published in his 1991 book “Managing Transitions.” This model focuses on transition (the emotional reactions throughout a transition.) rather than change. William Bridges described the change as situational and is an external event that happens to people from outside, while the transition is internal and psychological that is an individual’s reaction to change.
The model highlights three stages or phases of transition that people go through when they experience change and gradually accept the details of the new situation in an organization. These phases are:
- Ending, Losing, and Letting Go
- The Neutral Zone
- The New Beginning
This collection of ready-to-use Google Slides graphic presentation of Bridges’ Transition Model for change for Google Slides contains 19 Creative and fully editable slides with many variations options. You can easily modify color schemes, add your texts, resize and move the shapes and icons of each slide as per your requirement.
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