During the course of anyone’s career, change is inevitable, whether it’s working in new ways or evolving the workplace culture. And no matter the industry or corporation, a common challenge persists: veteran employees often meet the change with resistance. Meanwhile, the leaders advocating for the change and the newer employees who are implementing it still need to keep pushing things forward.And no matter the industry or corporation, a common challenge persists: veteran employees often meet the change with resistance.Click To Tweet
Since the veteran employees tend to be at the manager level, they ultimately–and unknowingly–present a roadblock for change between leadership and the newer employees. With managers being a make-or-break factor when it comes to employee engagement, it’s critical to find ways to move past this manager roadblock. Here are two examples to revisit where we’ve seen this happen and ideas for how to move past it:
- Managing a Multigenerational Workforce: With today’s workforce being comprised of five generations, it’s nearly impossible to avoid. Here are six tips to manage such a broad and diverse group of people.
2. Engaging Remote Employees: Again, being a manager in 2019 means managing employees in varying locations. Here are seven tips to keep the lines of communication open and stay connected.
Moving through any workplace change can be challenging, depending on an employee’s career stage and their role in the organization. Having effective ways to remove any roadblocks along the way will boost employee effectiveness and ultimately, allow the needed changes to happen.
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