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Posted: 30th September 2020
Our social care staff are amazing, they have been in so many restructures and changes over the last 10 years. We are moving to a ‘place based’ approach with self managed teams next year. We want to support the ones who embrace the new approach and help them to bring others along. We have 9 months to work alongside them and have already had people come forward and be nominated. Any thoughts on do’s and donts
Hi Caroline, sounds like you have a really good bunch there. In order to help you make the next big change, it looks like you are taking the right approach of leading with the ones who are willing to make that change. A few things that can help with the transition:
– Make sure those nominated to help are actually keen on doing it- you really don’t want people who feel like they are being coerced to be a part of the project.
– Before making the big change, is there any way for you to run a pilot with a smaller team/department to firstly iron out any kinks but also to show the weary that it works and could be good for them?
– How about running a quick pulse survey to see where peoples fears lie and then you could take a targeted approach to answer these pain points?
– Maybe do small campaigns on what you are trying to achieve and why- i.e. benefits, pros etc? Break the information down into small chunks so people get information in small digestible chunks.
– Use the campaign to show people who is a part of it already to motivate them to join the elite group of fore runners on the project!
We hope this helps and we’d love to know how it goes so keep us posted won’t you.
Disruptive HR Club Team
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