Many change managers know exactly how their project should run and what the processes of the future should look like. Often, not only they are surprised, but also those affected, including the managers, about why the supposedly simple and logical things are not being implemented and so many questions and resistance evolve. The answer is obvious: To be successful in change, it is less about the what and more about the how. Here are 7 success factors for effective change:
Narcissistic behavior is becoming more and more popular, especially among managers who are leading alone and in top management. They often stand out for their staged grandiosity and concentration on their own person. They often pull the strings with charm and great virtuosity, so that their own opinion is confirmed and resistance avoided or fought with much power. Perception is skewed and the view of reality narrowed in their own world perspective. What if such a person is your leader? Being bossy or knowing it all doesn't help much - even if this is exactly the behavior that those people actually show with great passion. Here are 6 strategies for achieving better results and saving a lot of trouble when working with or for narcissists:
Many leaders feel externally controlled nowadys, because employees are no longer so easy to find. Those who are there, often formulate utmost demands for money and freedom. Both are important aspects of employee engagement, motivation, and retention. As a leader, hold the steering wheel in your hands and discuss with your top people which contribution everyone can make to keep the organization attractive and the culture a good place to work. These 10 tools have proven to create a valuable framework for employer branding and engagement:
Where and when do you deliver better work results? Working from home or working in a traditional office environment? SIOP's workplace trends are dominated by the challenges of hybrid and remote work as well related emotional, structural, and health conditions. Companies who understand to establish good working options and integrate their employee's needs will not only have a healthier and happier workforce but also be more attractive as employers. Check out the top 10 workplace topics and results of the SIOP trend study.
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