People are coming and going. Reporting relationships change. There are new systems to learn, processes to follow, and customers to win over. The changes are nonstop.
With adequate resources and in stable times, your job is to keep employees on track and moving toward the goal. The trouble begins when the target moves or players unexpectedly change.
It’s during these times that you, as a leader, have an opportunity to shine. There are certain things you need to do and some you must carefully avoid in order to succeed during workplace transitions.
Develop leaders who can lead changes
I’ve led hundreds of sessions in organizations that wanted to increase their agility and flexibility. It’s time to equip your managers for a changing workplace.
Here are what you and your colleagues need to know about change:
- How employees process change.
- How managers react to change and how those reactions impact their effectiveness.
- The leader’s job as a change agent.
- How to communicate during workplace transitions.
- Strategies to use to build more support for a change.
- Ways to develop a change-ready working environment.
A workshop to fit your unique needs
One size doesn’t fit all. A successful workshop is one that’s been tailored to your circumstances. If you are ready to develop a skilled leadership team, then I am ready to help.
Take the first step. Let’s talk about the changes happening in your workplace and the challenges your managers have in leading employees through these transitions. From there, I’ll provide you with a workshop solution that will deliver what you need.
If training isn’t the right answer, and many times it is not, I will offer you alternatives that better address your situation. In either case we should discuss your situation and goals.
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