Change in the workplace is happening faster than ever, and there are lots of discussions about what the new normal will be and how to manage these changes.
Managing change in the workplace
Our workplaces are constantly changing, so what can organisations and their leaders do to help employees navigate change?
We need to understand the psychology of change and how the brain responds to change, so we can minimise change resistance and change fatigue, and successfully adapt to changing conditions.
So what exactly is change, what is the psychology of change and how do we help people develop the skills, experience, attitudes and values for change?
Why do people vary so much in their receptiveness to change? Why are some people eager to make changes, while others strongly resist it? Here’s why…
What conditions do we need to create to help people embrace change? What can we do to increase the likelihood of success with any workplace changes?
What happens in the human brain when people encounter change? How do we navigate people’s innate responses to change and get them enthused and engaged?
How can organisations successfully lead change? What models, strategies or frameworks will help us keep moving in the right direction? Here’s the secret…