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Employee's Survival Guide to Change: The complete guide to surviving and thriving during organizational change Paperback – January 21, 2013
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An easy, quick read, the Employee's Survival Guide to Change is good advice for anyone working in the ever-changing, chaotic environment we now call 'business as usual'. --Carol Kinsey Goman, Author of This Isn't the Company I Joined
A much needed addition to every employee's toolbox! The first thing to reach for when faced with change. It's like hiring a 'personal coach' at a fraction of the cost. --Madeleine Ashe, Consultant, Vanguard Communications Corporation
I love this book. Short, sweet and to the point. It gives employees information about how they can opt in, it gives them the power of choice and tells them what actions they can take to make the change easier. It also gives them language and a way to talk with their manager and others about change. --Iris Perez, Pearson
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After years of research with hundreds of organizations, employees now have the tools to succeed during organizational change. Practical information and real-life examples offer understanding about why change is happening and how to control it. Discover how you can survive and thrive in today's changing workplace. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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In the book, Jeff provides simple, easy to follow exercises to evaluate where you are in the change process and what you can do to shift if you are stuck. It educates them on what their role could be if they chose to support the change, and the benefits of doing so. He also discusses what the consequences of resisting change might be, if they choose that route.
On the cover is a quote: "The best Change Management guide a business can provide to its employees." I agree. It is the best one I have found to date. The writing is simple, clean, and easy to follow. The artists' drawings are a nice touch and actually tie in very well to the subject, even helping to land the message well. My recommendation is to give each employee a copy of this book to read and understand before you begin your change project. Do this right after the leadership team communicates WHY the change is happening and be prepared for lots of questions.