If an organization wants to quickly get employees committed to an upcoming change, it is critical that those changes be communicated in the most effective manner. It’s easy for information to get distorted when people are talking in the break room. One person adds a little here, another person adds a little there, and, before you know it, what’s going around isn’t what’s happening at all!
May’s issue of The Mathis Group’s Messenger, Communication Plans for Change, Part 2, finishes our look at how to communicate upcoming changes throughout the organization. The goal of these final four methods is to inform employees, clear up any misinformation given, and to get employees on-board and excited about the change. I hope you enjoy it!