Archive for February, 2011


Tip 50 – During Change, Keep Focus on the Day Job

In any change, life goes on, so ensure you and your people retain focus whilst change is progressing. When your people are implicated in changes you are making, it can be a challenge to keep them focused on keeping their output up. It’s your vital role to help keep them focused on the day job, […]

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Tip 89 – Finding Valuable Opportunities to Change

Last year’s ‘givens’ can make way for growth and improvement, when you take the time to challenge old performances and beliefs. Change management can often be seen as delivering discrete activities towards a defined outcome. A series of changes in any organization requires a plan of action for delivery, which once complete, means we can […]

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Tip 29 – Managing Change By Listening Hard to Feedback

Managing change brings moments of challenge, that’s for sure. And it can be tough trying to get it right each step of the way. Remembering that your people are an asset that can be utilized – in more ways than one – is an opportunity not to be missed. Think of your employees as the […]

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Tip 56 – Managing Change? Involve Everyone in the Plan

By encouraging the involvement of the whole team, they will focus their energies on what they can contribute, rather than fret about what’s happening. Change can be a very uncomfortable place to be. Particularly for employees, there are many times where imposed change can make them feel powerless, out of control and ultimately, this causes […]

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The Bigger Picture of Change

Sometimes, when change for the better happens, there can be consquences that you can’t forsee, if you fail to look closely enough. A manager I worked with recently resolved a long-standing recruitment issue. One of the Team Leader vancancies had been left unfilled for over a year. One of the members of the team had […]

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Change Management – Some Basic Tactics For Managers

Change has become a source of fear in many people, especially for those in the business sector. It is looked upon as something that signals the coming of difficult times. If members of the workforce would just view the change without bias, it can be proven to be far from what its reputation stands for. […]

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