6 Steps to Manage Survivors After Redundancy

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This guide exposes the mistakes we could make as managers AFTER a round of redundancies and then gives practical advice on how to build up motivation and performance. CONTENT The common mistake managers make The  6 steps – “How To” checklist Other useful resources The common mistakes managers make Keeping […]

Moving Forward During Change

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The “process of transition” and “the change curve” or the change “roller coaster” are all variations of the same model, which are all very useful, but we go one step further in this guide to give practical tips on how help employees through that process of change. CONTENT The  7 […]

The Secrets of Managing Reactions to Change

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This guide exposes the most common mistakes around managing employees during change” and takes you through the different reactions to change and how help people move forward. CONTENT The common mistakes that managers make The strategy for getting it right The “How To” checklist Other useful resources THE COMMON MISTAKES […]

How To Make People Feel More Positive During Change

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This guide explodes the most common mistakes around communication in uncertain times and takes you through the 5  steps of how to be that calm constructive manager that your employees need you to be. CONTENT The common mistakes that managers make The  5 steps “How To” checklist Other useful resources […]

How To Manage People in Uncertain Times

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…The 7 Key Steps It’s difficult when you don’t know how changes might impact on people, or even what the changes might be. What is certain is that in times of change people feel insecure with substantial reason. It’s our job as managers to have a constructive discussion about the […]

The Cost of Training Videos Has Crashed

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Recently I have worked extensively in developing training programmes which encourage staff to reflect on their own behaviour and attitudes as a starting point for encouraging them as stakeholders to shape an organisation’s ethos and values.  The use of video”vignettes” has been instrumental in making this engagement as open as […]