Article: Engaging for change

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Engaging for change

During change efforts, employee engagement is not to be seen as a bolt-on program to check how employees are feeling or what they want it has to be a way for leaders, managers, and employees to collaborate for the success of the organization.
Engaging for change
Workplace transformation due to disruptions has become a norm and is no longer an exception. Every organization is facing several disruptive forces like rapidly changing technologies, new business models, automation, mergers, acquisitions, innovation, talent shortages etc. and these are the changes that are redefining how companies generate and deliver value to customers. These disruptions create challenges and opportunities for HR professionals such as leveraging the advanced technologies to provide better employee experience and attracting and retaining scarce digital talent. Majority of business leaders say transformation and employee engagement are important but in practice, these are handled differently. While transformations are unavoidable, it becomes imperative for leadership and HR teams to lead and engage employees through these disruptions successfully. One consequence of such disruptive transformations is feeling of ‘change anxiety’ and fear at the individual ...
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Topics: Employee Engagement, #EngagementDuringChange, #ChangeManagement

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