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The Need to Prep for Change Due to an M&A

When organizations are involved in a M&A (merger and acquisition), preparation to enable employees to adopt the upcoming change is essential. Now, we know that much remains confidential when there are M&A discussions or even in the early stages of a M&A. Other than a handful of leaders, most of the employees in the organizations […]

Have Conversations to Engage Employees in a Change Initiative

When an organization is about to launch a change initiative, it is wise to engage employees in conversations about that change. Sharing information – such as why the change has to happen and the future vision of the organization after the change is implemented – enables employees to begin to adapt to the change that […]

Plan Ahead to Introduce Change

Increase your chances of engaging a broader group of stakeholders

When leadership plans ahead before introducing change within the organization, they are more likely to engage a broader group of stakeholders in that change. When a broader group of stakeholders is engaged, there is an increased likelihood of the change being successfully adopted within the […]

A Defined Approach to Communicating on Change Initiatives Makes a Difference

Put Communication Policies in Place to Ensure Success of Change Initiatives

Having a defined approach to how we communicate on change initiatives makes a tremendous difference toward ensuring success of organizational change. A defined approach means that the organization has in place:

A strategic change communication plan A group responsible for communicating on change Defined […]

Human Resources Role in Change

Human resources plays a key role in enabling for employees within the organization to support and adopt change. Human resources usually has developed and maintains strong relationships with employees throughout the organization; they are usually the “go to” people. They understand the feelings and perceptions of employees; they know what issues and challenges they face. […]