Do Not Make Organizational Change More Difficult than It Needs to Be
Most leaders focus on making change better but forget how to NOT make organizational change more difficult. Organizational change is difficult to manage successfully…employees usually resist out of a kind of fear of upsetting the more comfortable status quo.
How To Treat Those Most Affected by Organizational Change
Change management consulting experts have all kinds of advice on how to introduce, manage and communicate change, but as hard as change leaders try, there will still be some challenges and frustration. Experienced leaders know those most affected by change must be held accountable for the desired change, encouraged to embrace the “new way” over the “old way”, and helped to emphasize continuous learning.
They also know they should not make things worse whenever possible.
Three Field-Tested Change Management Tips to Follow
Here are three tips on how to NOT make organizational change more difficult than it has to be:
The Bottom Line
Experienced leaders know those most affected by change must be held accountable for the desired change, encouraged to embrace the “new way” over the “old way”, and helped to emphasize continuous learning if they want to get the desired results.
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