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Tips on Preparing for Change

rob24
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Hello,

1.Examine your corporate culture to discover any impediments to change. Some traditions and practices may need to be revamped to meet new needs.

2.Keep talking about change so that employees think in terms of change and help make it happen.

3.Make expectations clear. Key employees should know that embracing change is part of their responsibility.

4. Monitor company procedures and systems to be sure they support change.

5.Plan far ahead for the biggest change of all: your retirement or exit from the company. Develop new leadership.

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Topic starter Posted : 11/03/2010 5:07 am
henry
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Re: Tips on Preparing for Change

Hello friends

In my youth, I observed that, in England at least, most people wanted to get out of their jobs. Their "career", whatever it was, only existed to get a regular income. The millions of people who did the football pools, and later the lottery, were a testimony to the "let me out of here" dreams of the majority. "Win the pools, and retire."
Times may have changed in general, but the fact that most people are not content with their jobs has remained unchanged. Career, employer or job change, or early retirement, are in the minds of tens of millions of people across the world. Only a small minority will ever actually go full out for a career change; it is far too easy just to plod along doing the same old things in the same old place.
However, some people are more serious. These are the people with "get up and go" who actually do get up and go. These are the people who really do change their working lives, sometimes drastically.

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Posted : 11/03/2010 7:00 am
nick25
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Re: Tips on Preparing for Change

Hello

1. Examine your corporate culture to discover any impediments to change. Some traditions and practices may need to be revamped to meet new needs.

2. Keep talking about change so that employees think in terms of change and help make it happen.

3. Make expectations clear. Key employees should know that embracing change is part of their responsibility.

4. Monitor company procedures and systems to be sure they support change.

5. Plan far ahead for the biggest change of all: your retirement or exit from the company. Develop new leadership.

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Posted : 17/03/2010 5:56 am
cyril007
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Re: Tips on Preparing for Change

Hello Friends,
In order to get the maximum out of any type of change, one has to prepare for it. Think about this. If you want to change career and have made that decision, there are a few things that you will have to do in order to make your transition successful.One of the first things is to plan and ensure that you have the tools that you need to transition well. For instance taking the example above, let us say you are going to apply for a job. You know that they will ask you why you want to leave your present position. The interviewer will also ask about what are your strengths and what are your weaknesses. Obviously you would be prepared for these types of questions. You would rehearse your answers so that when asked they come out smoothly.If you were about to embark into a small business you would seek out any professional help that you may need. You would also seek a financial base to work from and set up parameters that you will use to either go from part time to full time or ensure that you can start and continue for at least 2 years on your own with no income to rely on.
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Posted : 18/03/2010 2:07 pm
gregbraddy
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Re: Tips on Preparing for Change

1.

Examine your corporate culture to discover any impediments to change. Some traditions and practices may need to be revamped to meet new needs.
2.

Keep talking about change so that employees think in terms of change and help make it happen.
3.

Make expectations clear. Key employees should know that embracing change is part of their responsibility.
4.

Monitor company procedures and systems to be sure they support change.
5.

Plan far ahead for the biggest change of all: your retirement or exit from the company. Develop new leadership.

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Posted : 23/03/2010 7:06 am
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