Change Management is often viewed as highly complex and confusing, yet it is recognized as a critical strategy for remaining relevant and competitive. It involves implementing a process and leadership practices that guide employees through fundamental change, while recognizing the scope of transition problems and the impact of change on others. The greatest benefit of learning and applying these skills is the enhancement of employees’ capacity to serve as effective agents for change. This leads to increased organizational competitiveness, improved employee engagement and retention, and an improved bottom line.
Presented by: Sarah Stebbins
HRCI Credits: 2.75