As our current world is changing faster than ever before, change at the workplace is keeping up with it!
A leader must add change management skills to their virtual toolbox, or risk not succeeding in their role.
Change can be a stressful and unpredictable time, which is why many managers avoid messing with the status quo.
A popular belief is that if something is not broken, you shouldn’t fix it; however, if you don’t make innovation a priority, you will likely fall behind your competition.
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
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!
Today’s economic and cultural environment that businesses have to work in are subject to the greatest levels of change we have ever experienced. Nothing is the same as it was. Everything is either growing or dying. Learn More
As I stepped out of the house the other morning, the chill in the air made me groan, as I had forgotten to cover my windscreen on the car overnight. Sure enough, it was covered in ice. I picked up the de-icer from my car boot and did the necessaries on the windscreen.
Boy, how times have changed! We were discussing the Sinclair C5 in the office this week and many here had never even heard of it, let alone seen one!
Launched during a by-gone age (1985!), it became an object of media and popular ridicule during 1980s Britain and was a commercial disaster, selling only around 17,000 units, although according to Sinclair, it was “the best selling electric vehicle” until November 2011 when the Nissan Leaf had sold over 20,000 units. Learn More