For almost everything people do, they're looking for results. But how are they obtained?
You will need
- Course of action
- Small investment
Step 1 Choose a course of action Choose a course of action that directly leads toward some desired result. Don’t make change decisions just to stay in keeping with workplace philosophy.
Step 2 Maintain an attitude of impatience Break up a huge, overwhelming task into several, small, manageable tasks. That way, you can see results immediately, even though the process may require a long-term commitment.
Step 3 Get help Get help from other staff experts and consultants. Make sure they don’t try to indoctrinate employees with mystical change activity jargon.
Step 4 Let others see the results Give management and employees in your business an opportunity to see for themselves that the adopted approach is leading to the desired results.
Don’t expect anyone to accept everything by faith.
Step 5 Be wary of initial large investments Be wary of initial large investments. Results-oriented change can usually start with little financial investment. And then pay off big!
Did You Know:
Japanese author and quality pioneer Takashi Osada once said, “If the process is right, the results will take care of themselves.”