Organizations and their people have been operating in frequently changing environments prior to this situation, but the current level of change is unprecedented. The long-term impact is still undetermined. Understanding which behaviors can help leaders and their teams successfully navigate change is key to ensuring success in times of rapid transformation.
In the past few weeks, we have all had to adjust to change. Changes to where we work, how we work, and the redefinition of work/family time have all impacted on our ‘normal’ way of doing things. This led us to question which behaviors are most associated with being effective in change by interrogating our data base that links behaviors to performance at work.
The aspects of behavior most directly linked to adjusting to change are being positive, being receptive to feedback and being flexible, but what are the other behavioral characteristics that allow individuals to be effective at handling change?
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Article written by Katie Herridge, Lauren Jeffery-Smith, Rab MacIver & Hannah Mullaney.