In today’s rapidly evolving business environment, organizational change is inevitable, and it’s happening faster than ever before. Employees are turning to their leaders for help navigating the unknown and coming out the other side unscathed. The problem? According to Harvard Business Review, more than 70% of business transformation efforts fail.
Successful business transformation starts with leaders and their ability to communicate effectively. Here are three communication tips for leaders to keep in mind as they steer their teams through rapid organizational change….
Stop and analyze your current work environment. Is your company’s success a result of your employees? Are they a team? Or does each person work on their own?
Whether directly or indirectly, every single person on your team represents the company. For this reason, among many others, teamwork is essential to achieving business success.
If a company does not make an astute and strategic choice when selecting a team, achieving success will be an uphill battle….
Hoping to future-proof your tech company? Your leadership pipeline is a good place to start. Without a strong team of capable leaders, even the most innovative tech companies are at risk for failure.
The problem? Leadership is one of the top talent issue facing organizations around the world. To solve this growing challenge, it’s important to start from the ground up and build leaders at every level. Whether your company is big or small, empowering employees at every level to take the lead can pay off big in the long run….
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” — Steve Jobs
Last month, we were thrilled to announce that 3Ci was acquired by MAU Workforce Solutions, an independent, family-owned company with more than 40 years of experience connecting qualified candidates to companies that need them. To give you a behind-the-scenes look at this big news, we sat down with 3Ci’s president, Rob MacLane….
So, Rob, tell us a bit about 3Ci’s recent acquisition.
The business world is facing an epidemic in employee burnout, and it’s wreaking havoc on productivity and profitability. Burnout impairs job performance, increases healthcare costs, destroys employee retention rates, and impacts team morale. Many studies correlate employee burnout with stress, but the underlying root of that stress goes beyond simply having too much on your to-do list.
Most Employee Retention Problems Are Conative
In Conative Connection: Acting on Instincts, author Kathy Kolbe attributes burnout to conative mismatches: “Meltdown occurs when people who know perfectly well who they are suffer from unrealistic external, rather than self-imposed, pressure to act otherwise.” This incongruity can exist between managers and employees, people and industries, newly merged leadership, the next generation and their founders….