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The Best do change better

02 Jul 2015  by   Gerhard Diedericks

The overwhelming insight from the 2015 Best Employers study is once again, that organisations with high engagement are better at navigating change and delivering results in spite of tumultuous times. In fact, an additional 22% of employees at Best Employers believe that changes within their organisations are well managed and help to deliver a better performing company.

How to support your employees during change

01 May 2014  by   Ed Delacruz

While change causes considerable impact to an organisation, it’s the people (leadership, staff who remain as well those who leave) who are affected most. Regardless of what change occurs, the associated loss of certainty, control and familiarity may be met with hesitancy by employees, so it’s important to provide care for your workforce and support them through and beyond periods of change.

How you can optimise your investment in change

28 Apr 2014  by   Steven Cakaric

Any change activity you undertake comes at a cost, so it’s important to optimise your investment and spend to continue delivering value to employees and customers. Identify and mitigate risks, liabilities and potential issues early on and conduct your necessary due diligence to ensure legal and compliance needs are fulfilled so there are no surprises later on.

Why preparation is key to success during change

24 Apr 2014  by   Stephen Hickey

When an organisation embarks on change, its purpose is to drive improvement. Whether that change is business expansion, a merger or acquisition, or downsizing, it’s usually the desire to enact a positive effect on the business’ fortunes. Whatever the reason, swift and efficient execution is key. However before you can successfully implement, you need the right capabilities in your workforce to make objectives a reality.

Effectively manage your people and business in times of change

22 Apr 2014  by   Ashley Palmer

It’s often said change is the only constant in life, and it’s no different in the business world. Whether growing, downsizing or aligning with a new business, you need to make the right decisions to achieve sustainable success. In times of large scale change, people strategies must take priority and move in line with business strategy.

Managing employee engagement during times of change

21 Mar 2013  by   Stephen Hickey

Today’s global economy has had a major impact on the way organisations operate. Although successful organisations often apply a modest, continuous level of change, in the past few years, organisations have had to employ significant business and talent survival tactics in response to challenging economic conditions.