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Engagement Tip # 10 – Create Feedback Loops That Facilitate Change

Most of the communication related to organizational changes continues to be delivered in a top-down mode. Leaders receive information from higher levels of the organization; pass it down to their employees and move on to the next task. With this style of communication it’s almost impossible for employees to engage with the new changes, viagra which often leads to unnecessary resistance. The main reason employees resist is that they have unanswered questions or they need time to process how the change fits with and impacts their work. Leaders can facilitate the process by creating feedback loops where employees can provide impressions, ask questions and clarify information to increase their understanding. Once they understand, vcialis 40mg employee will often provide input on how to adapt the change to their own work so they can adjust more quickly to the new reality. The feedback loop leads to continuous learning, early adoption and even process improvements. Everyone benefits.

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Dianne Gaudet is a certified Coach who is passionate about helping her clients manage the dynamics of continual life transitions as they reach new heights of personal and professional success. Helping Boomers create rich and inspired lifestyle plans for the retirement life they want is one of her greatest joys. Dianne is the author of a new book, If There Are No Limits... A guide to living with passion, purpose and possibilities. She is also a motivational speaker, teacher and world traveller.