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How to Use Change as a Launchpad for Business Growth

There have been many inflection points in human history which have required businesses (and people) to change the way they operate.

A good place to start when trying to formulate how to grow your business during a time of change, is to look into the past

All of the following examples can be explained with the same thesis:


"Every instance of societal change opens doors that didn't exist before."


Take the Plague of the 1340's: Laborers were able to charge more for their work, the Feudal System collapsed, and the rise of "Humanism" took place.

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Change Management: Solving 3 Critical Workplace Problems

“Change” is often a scary word in the business world. Employees dread it, managers are intimidated by it and, many times, the change fails before any team members are even faced with it. But, with the right management training, change doesn’t have to be a looming threat to your company’s stability.

Change management isn’t just about dealing with a time of transition. It’s about changing the way you manage the transition to keep things running smoothly for employees. To do this effectively, it’s important to understand three major challenges you’ll need to overcome.

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Management Training Part 2: Preparing Your Team For Change

When you’re facing a transition within your company, you want to know that your managers are capable of leading and managing the change

Before you roll out any change initiative, take the following steps to ensure that your managers are adequately prepared and have the tools they need to be successful.

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4 Surefire Ways To Achieve Change Management Success

Change in the workplace isn’t easy. It’s difficult on employees, and it often impacts the overall productivity of your company. In fact, 60 to 70 percent of change management initiatives fail

So, you might be thinking: Why even bother with change at all? But, you don’t have to feel this way.

Some of the reasons why change management has a low success rate include:

  • Lack of communication prior to the transition
  • Not enough preparation before moving forward 

Find out how to avoid these pitfalls in your approach to change management.

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5 Benefits Of Preemptive Change Management Training

Think about the last time your day was interrupted by a staged fire drill. The deafening noise of the fire alarm, the inconvenience of leaving your work behind to practice evacuating the building in an orderly fashion – it was all probably a major inconvenience, right?

The answer, of course, is "wrong." We train in order to prepare for the future, for the unknown. Practicing preemptive training helps you maintain calm when an actual emergency occurs. Instead of waiting for a problem to arise, you take steps to prepare yourself in advance.

Change management training is a lot like practicing fire drills (but without the loud noise). About 70% of change initiatives fail, which makes cultivating change management skills so important. While you may not be facing an imminent change right now, one is sure to arise in the future. Preparing yourself in advance helps increase productivity and keep operations running efficiently.

Explore these five benefits to making a preemptive investment in change management and find out how it helps you prepare for the future.

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3 Ways To Maintain Productivity With Change Management

In the business world, change is never easy. A common first reaction to change is panic or skepticism. In fact, 70% of change initiatives fail. This type of failure is a complete waste of time and resources, and it cuts significantly into your productivity.

So, when your team is facing change, it’s important to attack the transition in the most effective way. Remember these three keys to maintaining productivity and boost team morale internally.

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