Recruitment Intel

By |2019-02-25T14:18:34+10:00November 25th, 2015|Categories: Recruitment|

This article examines the importance of assessing change fitness as part of the recruitment process.

Are you a recruitment professional? If so, I’m sure you pride yourself in selecting the very best talent for the employment situation. You use a selection of tools to assess the suitability of candidates. But are you assessing their change fitness?

Flexible and adaptable

In this era of constant change, staff need to be flexible and able to deal with change. So screening for change fitness […]

Make Resistance Your Friend

By |2019-03-25T14:17:33+10:00November 25th, 2015|Categories: Change Readiness, Managing Change, Resistance|

Resistance to change is very common and it frustrates most managers.

But here’s a secret: resistance doesn’t have to be a problem.  In fact, it could become the manager’s best friend.

Change how you look at resistance

You have to change how you look at resistance. Most managers look at resistance as something that must be squashed. They see it as an enemy that stands in the way of success.

That is not a helpful way of looking at resistance. Rather than […]

Change in the Technology Age

By |2019-02-25T13:25:09+10:00November 25th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized|

It’s not front page news yet we all know it: technological change is speeding up.

Some folks embrace new technology, as my 88 year old friend did when he got his first iPad this week.  But many people feel completely left behind.  The problem is they are chasing a train that is rapidly pulling away from them.

Over 40% of IBM’s revenue in 2012 came from products and services that did not even exist just 2 years before.

According to technology expert […]