The audience were so comfortable with Mel, Sue and Mary that they weren’t ready to give the new faces a fighting chance. Any prospect that Noel & Co had of a fair fight and being judged on their own merits went out of the translucent, plastic window as soon as they stepped through the flap of that tent. Why? Because they were new and unfamiliar.
If people feel this strongly about change on their TV, imagine how they feel about change in their workplace. The feeling that the comfortable, safe way in which they’ve grown accustomed to working could be under threat or is heading in a direction they don’t like can be seriously undermining to productivity and enthusiasm.
In a recent survey, 50% of employees said they “expect a major change in the next six months” and a whopping 50% of CEOs knew deep down that they are “unprepared to manage uncertainty and complexity”. This isn’t a downward trend either, a staggering 72% of leaders across all types of workplace report “high or extremely high increases in uncertainty in their companies”.
Here at Eliesha Training, we keep our finger on the pulse when it comes to common workplace issues and having a relevant, dynamic solution to hand.
Through a diverse selection of training deliveries and outcomes, we will get your staff ready to expect, accept and embrace change in the workplace, and provide you with motivated, skilled managers ready to make it happen.
To learn more about our extensive range of training solutions, from accredited CMI and ILM management programmes, through workshops and masterclasses and all the way down to our very own micro-learning pearls of wisdom®, have a look around our website or contact Anthony on email@example.com.