Change is a Constant
With rapid and wide-sweeping change a constant in today’s workplace, it’s a wonder that leaders are not better at managing it. They need steps to better lead change. McKinsey reports that nearly three-quarters of organizational change efforts fail due to:
Our change management simulation data agrees. The need for leaders and organizations to adapt and manage organizational change to keep pace has never been more important. Leaders need to accept the fact that they will at some point need to do things differently or their company is unlikely to continue doing much of anything at all.
How to Better Lead Change
Our organizational alignment research found that the highest performing businesses have leaders and employees who are highly responsive to identifying and making the changes required to stay competitive. As a leader, you need to do your part.
3 Steps to Better Leader Change at Work
Here are 3 steps to help you better lead change.
The Bottom Line
The ability to change should be a vital part of keeping your business healthy and competitive. Have you invested the time to articulate the rationale for change, plan adequately for the scope of the work, and support your employees as they implement the changes you seek?
To learn more about how to better lead change at work, download 5 Science-Backed Ways To Lead Change
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