What ‘engagement’ during change seems to mean for a lot of Senior Managers

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    • influencingchangeblog says:

      Hi Raechelle. Sad as that comment feels to you and I, we have both seen that attitude from senior leaders on multiple occasions. The same leaders who wonder why their employee engagement levels are so low, their absenteeism and turn over are so high, and that change is so hard in their orgsanisations. I wonder why…

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  1. Jessica Manton says:

    I am a huge fan of Dilbert 😊 and this one typifies what I believe is a key stumbling block to engagement during change. It’s not just asking for peoples opinions. It can take so many forms and as Change practitioners we can be creative in advising and recommending a wide range of options to senior managers depending on the context.

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