Most people are not excited about change. While there is a rare breed of people who are excited about change, the majority tend to dig in their heels and be resistant, at least initially. Once they understand the change, why it is happening, and how it will affect them, employees will be more likely to get on board and support the future direction. The Mathis Group wants to teach you ways to communicate change in a way that will make people excited instead of intimidated.
In March’s Messenger, Communication Plans for Change, we begin a new series focusing on how effectively communicating change throughout an organization will reduce the fear and opposition that is often associated with that change. We look at why communication plans are important and ways of going about communicating that plan. I hope you enjoy it!