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Change is stressful for everyone involved, from the low-level employees to the CEOs.
While some staff members worry about keeping their jobs, or what the new responsibilities will mean for them, managers need to keep their own worries at bay to effectively lead a team through change. Learn More
One of the signs of a successful business is not being able to fit into your office any longer.
You have likely survived the start-up stages of your endeavour, and now need to hire additional staff and require more room to operate your business. Learn More
Change can be terrifying or empowering. It depends on whether you manage change or it manages you. Change to your co-workers can cause stress and discouragement.
This inforgraphic below breaks down the steps in which you can influence a positive attitude to your co-workers during change. Follow these steps to be a change management champion!
Our last blogpost covered the diagnosis and planning of any change initiative. Change, though, will often be hampered by resistance from people who might be affected by it. So firstly, why would people resist change, and then, how can we overcome this resistance?
Many managers have difficulties diagnosing what actually needs to change within their department or business, and then worry about how to plan for it.
When change has been recognised as a key component to successful future performance, it is time to analyse what steps you can take to implement it. There are several questions that need to be addressed at this point: