Newsletter - March 2014

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March 2014

Though we all know that change is the only constant thing in business, people are way too resistant to it, even if it is promises a positive impact on the bottom line. Why is it so? Few things off my head that I see way too often are:

  • They are too busy and firefighting takes priority
  • People are skeptical, i.e. it is easy to accept the known devils than to be challenged by unknown angels
  • They are way too comfortable with the current scenario, and many more

Alright, let's hit the bull's eye. Here are top 5 things that you can do to get the nod from the people that matter:

  1. Address Personal Concerns First - Tailor information to people's expectations
  2. Talk the language of the recipient - avoid jargons
  3. Demonstrate clear cost advantages
  4. Make it local and concrete
  5. Be clear and open about how the changes will affect your staff – talk of pros and cons

Lastly - stay calm and never give up!!


Author : Tor Inge Vasshus, CEO, Corporater, Inc.
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