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I’ve worked with a lot of change agents with varying types of authority, expertise, roles, and projects. And even though every situation is different, those who are most effective at getting things done tend to exhibit common traits.
Let’s face it. Not all changes are 100% positive for everyone in your organization. During the implementation, some people may temporarily feel more strain than others.
While I’ve heard that all the tools in the Influence Change at Work™ Toolkit have been useful at one time or another, there are several that come up again and again.
I was irritated by an unexpected change in my life, because just a few simple change management techniques could have been applied to minimize my frustration, improve my experience, and make the process more efficient during the change.
One of the primary avenues for influencing change is to communicate, communicate, communicate. Unfortunately, communication can’t all come from a centralized, official source to ensure it stays aligned and accurate. You need managers throughout the organization to communicate change to demonstrate its importance and to make it more relevant for their teams — without getting garbled in the process.
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