The Changes of the ‘Coronacoaster’
Posted on: 25/09/2020
The coronavirus pandemic or ‘coronacoaster’ has brought a heightened level of change for both individuals and organisations according to View HR. We are experiencing more change at home and at work than ever before and we all know that change can affect individuals and companies in different ways.
Saying that, managing current confusion, future uncertainty and processing and adjusting to constantly varying ways of living and working is having impact on every person and company alike.
If there is one thing we can be sure of, it’s that there is more change to come and that this dynamic situation will continue for an unknown period of time.
Change is always difficult. Today’s dynamic environment just adds an extra level of complexity. Companies face increasingly variable shifts in demand, accessibility and availability of product, employees and customers. Individuals face personal, financial and professional challenges on a scale that they have not encountered before.
There are some people who love change but equally there is a bigger proportion who will struggle with change (and uncertainty). Those ready to adapt to the changing conditions will thrive. Now, more than ever, we should focus on getting the mechanisms in place to ensure that we, ourselves, and our businesses are motivated, engaged and prepared to succeed through change. Supporting those along the way who need a little support (or maybe a lot…)
We must remain inspired, lift our spirits and find the motivation to propel us to get through this confusing time. So, what can we do to ensure that we are best placed to succeed?
There are some great models you can follow to create personal positive energy and increase the positivity and adaptability of your working environment through change.
Click here to find out more.
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