‘Change’, when often used in light conversation, is perceived to be a simple process within an organisation. However, change within any organisation is a concept that is complex and multidimensional. In the new world of work, change is so prevalent, organisations facing challenges of communicating transformation awareness to employees, and confirming management skills are at its peak, to ensure the success thereof. Human reactions to change within an organisation partnered with poorly planned or executed change initiatives makes us aware that employee’s emotional, physical, spiritual, and mental state are major contributors to the success or failure of the change initiatives. This article took the direction of management and the components that ensures successful change. The importance of Integral Leadership and the role of the human element, surfaces during change processes. This study followed a qualitative research approach, and a grounded theory methodology was adopted.An example of a knowledgeable integral leader that is fully versed in Human Niches and Spiral Dynamics Integral will ensure a one-to-one contact when communicating with the purple niche employee, while utilising emails and memos when communicating with the blue niche employees. This simple change to the communication processes is a very effective measure to empower employees to feel included in the change process and to feel that what they are important within the organisation. I grant my greatest of gratitude to Dr Loraine Laubscher and Dr Rica Viljoen for imparting their knowledge on Human Niches and Spiral Dynamics Integral to me personally, whereby I can boldly state that Human Niches allows for the establishment of an environment of understanding, interaction, and trust within an organisation or in your community. By utilising the Human Niches and Spiral Dynamic Integral within the organisational environment, ensures effective communication, minimises resistance to change and optimises the success of change initiatives. Integral leaders that adopt an approach that includes the human element, have the ability to understand people as unique individuals with their own diversity of thought and worldviews, which may allow successful change implementation. The success of a change initiative may be elevated when an integral leader utilises the Human Niche theory.