The topic of professional change is of the utmost significance to me. Whether it’s a personal career change or a corporate/organizational change in policy, procedure or direction, I firmly believe that the way we handle the change process dictates success.
Mastering career change is the topic of my book RINGMASTER, and it’s also the topic of a recent article I think you should read titled Managing Change: 5 Critical Questions Leaders Must Answer.
The article focuses on change in the context of a workplace, specifically calling out what questions management should be able to answer. It’s a thought-provoking article with good, tangible considerations managers and their team members will equally find helpful.
Here’s a quick peek at the 5 questions:
- Why is this change necessary?
- What will each person be expected to do?
- Will we be able to do it?
- Ho will we manage the transition?
- Where are we in the process?
Read the whole article for more insight, and share your thoughts on how workplace leaders should handle change in the comments!