5 – Failing to Engage People in Changes that Affect Them

Are your employees deeply engaged in major changes? I’m not talking slide shows followed by Q&A, but real roll-up-your-sleeves engagement? Few organizations take advantage of the talent at all levels in their organizations. That’s costly. It takes more time to “sell” the changes. Resistance may derail major projects. In addition, the failure rate is likely to be much higher.

Engagement isn’t that hard. In fact, it’s much easier than dealing with malicious compliance and resistance. I encourage you to watch the video. Then complete the  checklist on holding effective planning meetings. Those actions could save you lots of hours and potential headaches.

 

 

 

 

Tools & Ideas

Guidelines for Engaging People in a Planning Meeting

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Articles

Getting Started on the Right Foot

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Resources

Challenges of Change

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