Change Management For Leaders - AVOID These New Manager Mistakes With A Strategic Transition Plan!
Change Management For Leaders - AVOID These New Manager Mistakes With A Strategic Transition Plan!

When it comes to change management, leaders shouldn't make changes immediately, especially without first speaking with their team.

In this video I discuss a common new manager mistake and why new managers shouldn’t immediately make changes to a business when first starting out.

Before making any changes a new manager should first make a list of their ideas then engage in communication with employees to determine if they feel the same, or if they have differing opinions. It's important to understand and involve employees within the transition plan so that they feel part of the process.

When it comes to change management, leaders shouldn't make changes immediately, especially without first speaking with their team.

Your team should always be involved in the change process. Often they are the ones that understand the business processes best and thus are more aware of any issues than the management team.

Carrie is a frequent keynote speaker on HR and leadership topics and regularly conducts employee training and leadership development workshops as well. She is the author of the recently published book, Restaurant Operator's HR Playbook: Your Hands-On Playbook for Finding, Hiring, and Developing Leaders and Implementing Organized People Systems and has been featured in EntrepreneurRestaurant NewsPizza Today and Independent Restaurateur.

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