Change is constant and unrelenting. You are responsible for the success of the changes you lead and the changes initiated by others in your organization. How can you stay on top of it all and get results?
- Change is constant and unrelenting.…You are responsible for the success of the changes…you initiate and the changes that come…from elsewhere in your organization.…How can you stay on top of it all…and encourage successful change?…The first thing you need to do is pause and make a list.…Write down all the changes that…are impacting you and your team.…No change is too small to capture.…Whether it's a new team member.…A policy change to the annual performance review process.…
Or an upgrade to your technology tools.…There are four details you want to track…for each change you identify.…One, what is the change and when is it going to happen?…For example, you may know that there's a new process…for performance evaluations and it will start in June.…Two, who is impacted?…Is it the entire team or just a few team members?…Three, how disruptive is the change?…Is this a no big deal change?…Or a turn your world upside down kind of change?…And four, what are the key details you need to know so…that you can communicate what's happening with the team.…
- Define and describe the change curve.
- Describe how leaders can either facilitate or block successful change.
- Summarize ways to promote resilience during change.
- Explain how to use the power of positive and negative emotions to generate the emotion that creates change.
- Cite the different approaches to using language to manage change.
- Name the best way for a manager to help the team process change.
- Define a change vision.