Everyone experiences change differently. Some proceed through it quickly. Others take longer. Some can't deal with it at all and choose to leave or are offered an opportunity elsewhere. This is a normal, expected reaction, and there are ways to deal with it. As a leader, you need to help your team get through the transition as quickly as possible.
For your ship to navigate the roiling waters of change, you need everyone pulling in the same direction, being accountable for their actions, and clearly understanding how their work contributes to the ship arriving at its ultimate destination.
Your leaders should also know how to be flexible enough to adjust their course as needed so their goals continue to support your long-term strategic initiatives. This is part of understanding the change process.
Strategic and operational plans, accountability, communication, strategic thinking, and coordinated tactical actions are all critical components for long term success.
What would happen to your business if a pandemic flu took out 10% or more of your staff? How well did you survive the COVID 19 pandemic?
What if a fire or flood swept through your area, forcing you to evacuate for a week or more?
Could you still continue operating? If you follow the strategies in this FREE article, you could!
We understand that you are most likely bombarded on all sides with people wanting your attention. And, your time is valuable.
That’s why we wanted to take a minute to tell you about this free article:
Disaster Preparedness - How Ready Are You?
In this valuable, FREE article you will discover:
See how prepared your company is in the event another disaster occurs. This free assessment will provide insights to help you create your own Business Continuity Plan. Contact Eric if you need help!
You can find dramatic cost savings without cutting any jobs or investing in new equipment. Ask us how!
When you empower your people to actually think differently, work differently, and find ways to save money, the culture shifts and magic begins to happen. Everyone is motivated to work towards the same goals.
Our cost saving process gets PAST the low hanging fruit to find the hidden areas of waste many never consider. The truly innovative cost savings ideas come from new ways of looking at your job and thinking differently about how you work individually and with others.
One client found $1.5 million in ongoing yearly savings.
In our current economic climate, can you afford NOT to do this?
It isn’t just a cost-cutting exercise. It’s a motivating tool to get your workers thinking and acting creatively that benefits everyone and directly affects the bottom line.
Feed manufacturer wanted to reduce operating expenses without cutting jobs.
Over a 2-day facilitated session, we worked with a cross-functional group of 25-30 staff to identify hidden costs that could be eliminated or modified.
The group collectively found more than 1.5 million dollars in immediate, annual cost savings without investing in additional equipment or resources or eliminating any jobs.
Watch this overview to get an idea about the Business Disaster/Continuity Planning workshop we offer.
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