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Improving Productivity Part 3 - Creating Feedback Loops During Change

Article posted 4th Apr 2019Engagement News

Welcome to the third of a series of four videos looking at how we can improve productivity at work. 

Any change across organisations can be a turbulent time. Our brains yearn certainty and change can put us in a threatened state. One of the biggest challenges with any change is that it is often led from the top, with senior leaders focused on getting the organisation fit and ready to fight the challenges of today and tomorrow, with little site of the impact this might be having at the front end of the organisation.

Surveys are often used to better understand the impact of change, but surveys are limited in the information they can provide, afterall, colleagues can only asnwer the questions being asked. What are they not getting an opportunity to tell you?

Amrit shares his thoughts on how we can improve the feedback during change:

 

Posted by Amrit Sandhar

Amrit Sandhar is the founder of The Engagement Coach. He started a career in healthcare as a qualified Pharmacist, where he went on to oversee half of the UK’s Pharmacy and Optical units for Walmart’s UK operation, Asda. Having successfully worked in the healthcare sector, Amrit went on to head up Employee Engagement for Asda, before taking up a role with the prestigious Sunday Times Best Companies organisation, working at boardroom level, helping organisations improve their employee engagement. Amrit is a qualified executive coach with an Advanced Certificate in Leadership and Executive Coaching with the Bristol Business School (ILM level 7 qualified in Executive Coaching & Leadership Mentoring). He is also a Walmart accredited AIM change trainer, Strengthscope accredited consultant, NLP Master Practitioner and has a CIPD Advanced Diploma (Level 7) in HRM/HRD.