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Engage employees in change management

Updated: Mar 21, 2023

1. Set out a coherent vision Setting out a common vision is a great way to get team members on board with proposed plans. Making sure this vision is positive and clear will help keep employees focused and avoid any possible confusion when it comes to adapting to change.

2. Ask yourself some fundamental questions Implementing change means thinking about changing all areas of your business. Try to come up with - and answer - any pressing questions that may affect the successful running of company operations, such as: - How will employees adapt to new processes and skills? - Do you need to provide extra training? - How will employees and stakeholders receive information about upcoming changes? - How will you measure the success of company changes?

3. Communicate early and frequently Any communications about upcoming changes should be frequent, clear and delivered well in advance. This will help make employees feel valued and part of the process. What’s more

, remember to listen to and address any staff concerns.

4. Don't be put off by the failures of other organisations Many of us will have heard the frequently reported statistic that between 60-70% of organisational change projects end up failing. This number has been the case for decades and, according to recent statistics, hasn't changed <See=">See" details="details</a>">. Don't let this put you off, however. Planning thoroughly to engage your employees is key to success. If your team is on board, success will follow.

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