Work Practice Change

People draw considerable security from what’s familiar to them. When the workplace is disrupted, each individual takes it personally. Whether you are eliminating private spaces, introducing mobility, adopting disruptive technology, moving, merging two enterprises – it is essential that each individual can see a clear, non-threatening perception of their new work environment. They need to clearly see how the change will benefit them, then learn ways to quickly become comfortable, secure and productive in that change.

Each Person Must Own the Change

   . . . then Learn How to Practice the Change

Through the scalable e-Work.com Work Practice Change eLearning Solution, a cultural shift for 600 or 60,000 employees can now happen in weeks, not months or years. Each individual becomes a part of the change by adopting a fresh personal perspective, buying into the change, learning new skills and processes, then applying them along with their team as new behaviors for everyday use. When integrated with your program communication plan, this phased learning process enables each individual to quickly become an active part of the solution simultaneously with all others, pulling their weight for change, contributing to overall program success, and feeling good about it.

“If you don’t set employee expectations, they will probably make it up…and their expectations will be different than yours.” – Michael Dziak, COO e-work.com

Work Practice Change Learning Modules

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Making the Case for Change

Once executives, managers and employees learn
the vision and goals, they accept of workplace change by:

  • Learning what’s driving change and why
  • Envisioning the future workplace experience
  • Knowing “What’s in it for me?”
  • Guidance on setting a course for success

Adopting Mobility Best Practices

After gaining essential knowledge, selected employees
can successfully work anywhere any time by:

  • Staying connected, organized, efficient and effective
  • Managing electronic information flow
  • Adopting information security best practices
  • Preventing stress and overwork

Managing a Distributed Team

Good managers become highly effective teachers, coaches,
and leaders in the distributed workplace by:

  • Accepting and adopting the new workplace vision
  • Driving workplace transformation plans and enthusiasm
  • Leading high-performance remote work team results
  • Bringing team communication & collaboration to a new level

Working in a Distributed Team

Employees learn to become highly effective, accountable,
productive distributed team members by:

  • Mastering mobile workplace skills and technology
  • Relating, contributing and thriving in the new workplace
  • Upskilling their communication and collaboration
  • Becoming an accountable, reliable team contributor

Practicing Workplace Flexibility: Managers

Managers are essential to transitioning teams to flex work
Managers are equipped for this by:

  • Accepting program purpose, value, benefits and potential
  • Selecting/preparing/coaching qualified participants
  • Using flex to maximize team performance and goals

Practicing Workplace Flexibility: Employees

Team members learn and accept flex work benefits and guidelines,
then to become successful participants by:

  • Accepting program purpose, value, benefits and potential
  • Learning how to qualify and apply for flex
  • Developing personal plans for effective flex practice

Six Steps to Leading Change

Are you having trouble getting your workplace change program organized? Our proven eight-step process will provide:

  • A comprehensive, big-picture, holistic perspective
  • A deep-change enterprise engagement model
  • Change process elements essential for success
  • Experience-based tools, templates and tips
  • Immediate application of the knowledge and processes
  • Scalability for any size organization

Creating a High Performance Home Office

Employees maximize home-based work by receiving, guidelines,
tips and tools including:

  • Parameters for evaluating home office needs
  • Home office minimums, expenses and budget
  • Technology and information security best practices
  • Expectations for health, safety, and security