Organisational change is inextricably linked to people. A failure to put people at the heart of change is setting up for less-than-ideal outcomes.
In dynamic organisations, employees can feel uncertain and anxious during major transitions. This leads to a negative shift in morale and engagement, as well as increasing dysfunction and conflict between teams and departments. At a time when employees are expected to rally together, leaders often meet resistance and fail to inspire and uplift their teams.
The solution: steer your teams away from the path of limitation to one of possibility with a strengths-focused approach.
Taking a strengths-based approach to building organisational culture will make the organisation so much stronger during times of change, creating resilient, positive, and lasting organisations that attract employees and build customer loyalty.
Download our guide to learn about:
- The benefits of a strengths-focused culture to drive organisational change
- Aligning your teams’ unique strengths and abilities with organisational change initiatives
- The step-by-step guide for leaders to navigate change with strengths.
- The common approaches to change that are ineffective and counterproductive.
Managing change well is an art and it takes thought and effort. Paying attention to the people involved and affected by the change is critical to success.
Staying people-focused during organisational change includes prioritising employee well-being, building positive relationships and a sense of community, and anticipating and acknowledging the myriad reactions that individuals and teams will have to the change.
At Strengthscope, we can help your organisation develop a strengths approach, from individuals to leaders, to teams and beyond – and put you in a better place for your next change initiative.