Change is an inescapable aspect of our lives. It often happens faster than we are able to adapt. One of the challenges we face during change is the fear of being left behind. This can happen if we aren’t able to fully adapt to the changes surrounding us.
And let’s face it. With the current economic climate, adaptability is key to businesses survival.
According to Jim Frawley, Founder of Bellwether, by tapping into our beliefs and the traits that make us each uniquely human, we can ensure we are not left behind is. Armed with a deep connection to ourselves, we become more adaptable to change without even needing to fully understand every aspect of the changes we need to adapt to.
On this episode of The Workplace Communication Podcast, we talk with Jim about how employers can prepare for an economic downturn and communicate effectively with employees through challenging times.
Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:
🎙️ Why perspective shifts constantly, based on changing contexts
🎙️ Recognizing the difference between problems and circumstance
🎙️ Accepting and embracing that there are no rules for future change
🎙️ Making quicker decisions for greater adaptability
🎙️ Repositioning yourself to create value to your clients through a looming recession
Jim Frawley is the Founder and Principal of Bellwether, a company dedicated to helping organizations and people build resiliency, adapt to change and thrive in rapidly shifting contexts. He is the host of the Bellwether Hub podcast and best-selling author of Adapting in Motion: Finding Your Place in the New Economy, a practical guide to responding to multiple levels of macro change.
If you’re wondering about where to start in your preparation for change, then this episode is for you!
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