Managing & Implementing Change
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First impressions are lasting; the face of your organization represents your community; support your staff in understanding and making the change.
Ideally, your front-line staff are always bright, cheerful, representative of the community and helpful in every way. But what if they are not? A negative customer experience is six times more likely to be communicated publicly than a positive one. This is about change and employee engagement and managing change…
What are the larger business & talent trends in play?
A project undertaken to realign points of access included internal needs analysis, community demographic research, recruitment, and training in customer engagement skills. Follow up surveys indicated that customers noticed a 60% improvement in the friendliness of front-line staff.
- Change is defined as: to alter, to make different, to transform.
- Change management is defined as the means to plan, initiate, realize, control, and finally stabilize change processes on both, a business and personal level.
- As leaders and managers – you must not only manage change, but you implement it, direct others and support their reactions to it!
- We offer a variety of interventions and coaching to support the strategy design, project planning and change management process at all levels – individual, team, process and project.
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