Managing Reactions to Change
Support direct reports to have a positive outlook on change and role model this in your own actions
Ask your own leader about the changes that are being implemented, sharing the questions from your team and perspectives on how the change will impact on work and wellbeing
Encourage experimentation and curiosity about the work you do to be more effective or efficient
Assess new technology and its usefulness in your team to drive transformation
Recognise the common reactions people have to change and consider how to feel about change
Cross Civil Service
Change is a near-constant presence in today’s workplace. Unfortunately, many employees are often left unsure as to why major organisational changes need to take place. This can make it challenging to secure their engagement or commitment. In fact, employees’ resistance to change is one of the main reasons why so many change transformations fail.
Change is something that all of us will experience differently. To deliver change successfully, it’s therefore important that leaders can actively manage, understand and engage with all these potentially different reactions to change.
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