The Management Blog
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Incoming employees, departing bosses, new software, company merges, new initiatives… these are all changes in a company that cause both employees and processes to go through transitions.
These changes can lead to stress, a host of unknowns and chaos to break out in the workplace.
Not preparing for change at the workplace is similar to going out in the rain without an umbrella.
You know you will be wet and uncomfortable, and not prepping for the upcoming changes in weather is not smart.
Imagine coming to work one day to find that you have been transitioned to work in an entirely new team, have to learn a completely different system to work on or answer to a new boss.
This would be incredibly nerve wracking and would likely prevent you from fully accepting the changes and trying your best to get used to them.
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
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