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Positivity 101: How to Lead in Times of Change

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Employees are facing more uncertainty, change, and unknown in their work lives. What impact does this have on morale and company culture? How can leaders ensure smooth transitions?

New research shows what specifically will make employees more likely to be happy or excited about change.

Read this book to learn how most employees approach change, the impact of recognition and transparency on attitudes at work, and the business benefits of positivity.

Employees are facing more uncertainty, change, and unknown in their work lives. What impact does this have on morale and company culture? How can leaders ensure smooth transitions?

New research shows what specifically will make employees more likely to be happy or excited about change.

Read this book to learn how most employees approach change, the impact of recognition and transparency on attitudes at work, and the business benefits of positivity.

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Positivity 101: How to Lead in Times of Change

  1. 1. POSITIVITY 101: HOW TO LEAD IN TIMES OF CHANGE BASED ON FINDINGS FROM THE WORKHUMAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE AT GLOBOFORCE
  2. 2. for mergers and acquisitions. According to the Wall Street Journal, 2015 was the BIGGEST YEAR EVER
  3. 3. How can leaders ease fears and ensure smooth transitions during times of change?
  4. 4. Many successful companies look to a STRONG CULTURE OF RECOGNITIONto steer them through unsteady waters. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  5. 5. We asked workers: WHEN THINGS ARE CHANGING SIGNIFICANTLY AT YOUR COMPANY, how do you most often feel?
  6. 6. Employees are roughly split on their approach to change. 54%feel positive (confident, excited) 45%feel negative (nervous, hostile) Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  7. 7. POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT THROUGH RECOGNITION has a profound impact on attitudes toward change. great job! thanks! Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  8. 8. Employees recognized in the last few months are 2X more likely to be than those who were never recognized. excited or happy about change Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  9. 9. Likewise, workers recognized in the last month are nearly 50% less likely to be nervous or afraid of change. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  10. 10. How else can leaders foster positive attitudes?
  11. 11. Be Transparent When workers agree that their company is open and transparent, they are more than 3X AS LIKELYto be excited about change. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  12. 12. Give Employees a Voice When workers agree that their voice matters, they are 4X MORE LIKELYto be excited about change. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  13. 13. Why is it so important to be positive about change?
  14. 14. WORKERS EXCITED ABOUT CHANGE ARE 38% MORE LIKELYTO RECOMMEND WORKING AT YOUR COMPANY. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  15. 15. 25% MORE MOTIVATED TO WORK HARD. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  16. 16. 40% MORE LIKELY TO BELIEVE YOUR COMPANY IS A BEST PLACE TO WORK. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce
  17. 17. Source: WorkHuman Research Institute at Globoforce © 2016 Globoforce Limited. All rights reserved. CALL US: +1 888 7-GFORCE EMAIL US: info@globoforce.com » READ OUR BLOG: globoforce.com/gfblog » VISIT OUR SITE: globoforce.com Download the Report THE ROI OF RECOGNITION IN BUILDING A MORE HUMAN WORKPLACE Click here LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW TO CREATE A HUMAN WORKPLACE

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