We live in a fast-paced, ever-changing world. While we might easily adjust to new trends that affect our personal lives, it’s much more difficult to alter the way we work. Especially if our company is decades old, or we’ve been in our position for a few years.
But if we want our organization to continue to be successful and survive for years to come, being open to change is critical. This is something that we as leaders need to accept and also ensure it flows down to all employees. Leadership consultant Edith Onderick-Harvey shares five ways to create a culture of change:
- Tell stories about others who moved beyond the status quo. Employees need to feel comfortable trying new approaches to solve problems or improve current processes. Sharing how others have transformed what used to be done to move the company forward is a great way to encourage innovation and problem solving.
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