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10 High-Leverage Principles for Sustainable Organizational Change
Organizational change requires strong leadership, the right conditions — and the ability to abandon old notions. Here are 10, high-leverage things you can do to ensure a successful outcome for your next change effort.
Your Checklist for Organizational Change Sustainability
Organizational change sustainability can be in your grasp. But to achieve success, you’ll need to exert strong change leadership, apply proven principles, and set up the right conditions. Let’s get started.
The Employee Experience Checkup
It’s common for organizations to take stock of their employees at the start of the New Year. But things get busy, and before you know it, attention to the employee experience gets lost in the shuffle.
At Energage, we recommend conducting a mid-year Employee Experience Checkup.
What Really Drives Employee Engagement
We’ve seen it before. Top leaders who are shocked when talented employees jump ship. If “show me the money” isn’t where it’s at, then what really drives employee engagement?
Disengaged Employees are the Silent Killer
Disengaged employees cost your organization countless dollars in lost productivity, quality, and poor customer service. They’re not always easy to spot, so here’s the best way to find them.