Objectively evaluate an employee’s readiness for change
Anticipate how individuals and teams will respond to the change
Identify the most appropriate ways to engage employees and teams in the change process
Communicate the purpose and benefits of the change in a way that resonates with all stakeholders
These days as more organizations are adopting a more fluid process of getting things done – change management is less the exception and more the norm. But this doesn’t mean that everyone can accept change with open arms. Organizations that understand how to communicate and implement change in step with the behavioral needs of their employees are poised for success.
Don't be afraid of changes because we've built this world around new ideas which help to drive innovation and creativity. However there is a way to be more strategic about change and this webcast will clue you in on scientific methods to gauge the change tolerance of your workforce to better equip you for success in the long run.
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