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Tag: change management

  • Leading Through Layoffs: How to Support Remaining Employees with a Listening EAR (Empathy, Action, Reprioritization)

    Leading Through Layoffs: How to Support Remaining Employees with a Listening EAR (Empathy, Action, Reprioritization)

    Many of my clients have made, or are facing, the tough decision to downsize. My clients’ experience reflects the current state of the labor market. Forbes reports that layoffs are up 46% from August and 68% compared to the same time last year. Layoffs are often a recourse to downturns in profitability and critical business […]

  • Why You Should Listen Differently in 2021

    Why You Should Listen Differently in 2021

    What hasn’t changed as a result of 2020? Not much. The way we work, how we connect with others and pretty much every element of ‘the employee experience’ is in the process of being redefined. It’s not surprising then that our listening strategy – including how we listen, when we tune in, and what we measure […]

  • Early Data Suggest Employees Are Adjusting Well to COVID-19

    Early Data Suggest Employees Are Adjusting Well to COVID-19

    In spite of droves of employees forced into remote work due to COVID-19, employers and employees seem to be coping with the transition. Newmeasures research indicates that 86% of HR leaders were satisfied with how their organizations responded to the crisis and the majority report implementing virtual staff meetings with leadership, frequent communication from managers, […]

  • Should change be “easy”? (Because it’s usually not!)

    Should change be “easy”? (Because it’s usually not!)

    I’ve recently been a part of an ongoing debate about the nature of change. At the core of this conversation is the question: should change within our organization be easy? While very few would disagree that successful organizations need to be adaptable and nimble to stay competitive, ideas around what and how change should occur […]

  • Batter Up! Navigating unexpected change

    Batter Up! Navigating unexpected change

    Like so many people, there is a lot of change in my life right now, especially at work. I would typically say that I’m someone who likes change. I like experiences of living in new places, traveling, and meeting new people because it helps me grow and gain new perspectives. Much of the change I […]

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