Integrating Change in Your Organization

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The business world is constantly moving, so you can never rest on your laurels. For the change process to be effective, you must incorporate the changes that you have made and, at the same time, create structures and mechanisms that are flexible enough to allow ongoing change when necessary. To do this, you need to develop committed and flexible teams, and create an atmosphere that allows open and frank discussion about how improvements can continue to be made. Effective teams, performance management, and well-placed policies are needed if your organization is to truly benefit from the change process. "Incorporating Change in Your Organization" provides you with the skills and strategies you need to embed and sustain change, and then move forward toward continual improvement and collaborative working. The change story never ends. In today's ever-changing business environment, you may feel as if you're on an endless loop of change. As a manager, your role is to ensure that each part of the change story finishes happily, so that when new change is required, the foundation for progress is strong and flexible.

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Managers, team leaders, and supervisors who are responsible for implementing change.


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Integrating Change in Your Organization

  • recognize the benefits of creating a team environment after change.
  • in a given scenario, use techniques to establish rapport in a team.
  • match methods for building rapport with examples.
  • promote collaboration in a given scenario.
  • match strategies for promoting collaboration with examples of those strategies.
  • use appropriate team building exercises in a given situation.
  • match types of team building exercises with examples.
  • recognize the value of managing performance following change.
  • identify examples of feedback strategies.
  • give performance feedback to an individual in a given situation.
  • recognize the benefits of sustaining ongoing improvement.
  • in a given scenario, collect employee-led feedback effectively.
  • match types of employee-led feedback with examples.
  • identify examples of types of training and development strategies.
  • in a given situation determine the effectiveness of performance standards.
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