Learn how the best cure for worry is planning. Work with others to make a plan. Get as much information as you can. Consider options and make sure you include positive outcomes of the change. Have a clear objective and consider staying, leaving, or retiring.
- The best cure for worry is planning,…and in any situation, it's best to have a plan,…so that should be your first thought…when a change is announced, make a plan.…If you prefer working in a team,…or if you don't have all the skills you need on your own,…maybe get a group of people together.…Organize to meet with some other people…and pool your knowledge and your ideas.…Get as much information as you can about what's happening…and what's going to happen,…which may require a bit of investigating…and a second meeting.…
Your plan will probably require a number of options.…If this happens, we'll do this.…If that happens, we'll do that.…If you can have all the options covered,…then you'll feel much better about the change that's coming.…Even though there's still a chance that it will end up…being different to all of your options.…And remember, that as well as a defensive plan,…how to hang on to what you've got,…your plan should incorporate positive ideas,…what benefits might you get from the situation?…What are your goals already?…
- Why we dislike change
- Planning for change
- Developing mental toughness
- Maximizing your interpersonal skills
- Setting long-term career goals
- Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone
- What to consider if you're thinking of leaving your job
- Building up your network
- How to be low maintenance employee
- Establishing goals and plans with a new boss
- How to deal with a bad boss
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understand and Prepare for Change
4. New Initiatives or Mergers
5. New Roles, Teams, and Location
The benefits of a new role3m 25s
6. New Boss
Next steps1m 25s
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