Every story has a beginning, a middle, and an end. The majority of organizations consider change as a new beginning--a bright new day. But is that really the case? Ask your employees how they feel about change, and they'll often say, 'It's unnecessary--we're doing just fine as we are.' For them, change is the end of an era; an abrupt cessation of a comfortable way of life. It's your job to ensure that your employees understand why change is happening, how it will affect them, and how they can benefit from it. 'Beginning the Change Process' will help you to understand whether change, from whatever source, is really necessary; enable you to lead change effectively; and equip you with strategies to make a compelling case for change. The first steps to change are the most important of all. Bring your employees on board from the outset, and you'll smooth the way for productive change that is supported--and even championed--by your employees.
Managers, team leaders, and supervisors who are responsible for implementing change.