Helping Employees and Organizations Through Transitions

Successful change in an organization requires its leaders and employees to embrace new processes, behaviors, technologies, job functions, and—most importantly—mindset. Change doesn’t just happen; it is lead. With strong and purposeful change management, the probability of success for a merger or acquisition, business consolidation, benefit change, headquarters relocation, or other large initiative increases greatly.

Change Management Benefits of Well-Executed Transitions

Findley’s approach focuses on helping employees through a transition. By successfully implementing changes, our clients can expect to see:

  • Increased productivity and lower turnover rates
  • Improved focus on organizational goals
  • Maximized use of technology
  • Higher employee satisfaction and engagement levels

We assess workforce readiness for change through stakeholder analysis, focus groups, or surveys. Creating a vision and gaining leadership support are also critical steps in this phase.

We use a variety of channels, including electronic and web-based media, microsites, print materials, and personalized communications (including Total Reward Statements), to support employees through the implementation process. The Change Management Team can also take a lead project management role to manage all facets of the implementation.

Any behavior change takes time and reinforcement. By developing a plan to reward the adoption of new behaviors, we reduce the risk of employees reverting to old patterns.

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