Adding to yesterday’s post, here are more best practices you can follow to ensure change is better received and executed across your organization.
Category: Change Management
Massive changes occur regularly in the workplace, be it a merger or acquisition, new leadership, a new direction, growth, or downsizing. Such changes often require training managers, supervisors, and sometimes staff on new policies and new tasks, among other things.
Employees get accustomed to certain platforms, policies, procedures, and workflows over time, even if they weren’t always a fan of how everything gets done inside your organization. Humans are still innately creatures of habit and tend to collectively abhor change.
Change management is a notoriously difficult endeavor in virtually any organization; and the larger and more complex an organization is, the harder it typically is to implement. But emotional intelligence may offer help.
If properly designed, learning and development programs will naturally fit around the changes your organization makes at both micro and macro levels. Nevertheless, 70% of change initiatives fail in organizations because they don’t have change management learning programs in place. What is a Change Management Program? A change management program is a program designed to […]
Employee training programs are important elements of change management in the business world. These programs often seek to change the behavior of employees en masse and often involve the use of outside consultants and experts to design and run the training efforts. But these programs can leave employers and managers disappointed with the results.