Who loves organizational change? It's a painful process for employees when forced.
Any change means going out of their comfort zones. It's like tearing a portrait into jigsaw puzzle pieces then put them together to make a different portrait. How cool is that for a change?
Faced with that reality, how does a talent manager get employees embrace change assuming it is for their best interest?
In a post, "People Hate Organizational Change, Here are 4 Fool-Proof Tactics to Get Employees Onboard," Capterra Talent Management suggests that employers acknowledge employees' concerns, keep them in the loop, get them actively involved, and move them forward.