Part 1 — Coaching Employees Through Change
In today’s unusual circumstances, virtually every organization must deal with ongoing change and increased uncertainty. To help managers successfully guide employees during changing times, Marie McIntyre, Ph.D., covers:
- Six management mistakes that automatically increase resistance
- Quick Quiz: Where do your employees fall on the “negativity scale”?
- Why every change is an emotional experience
- Four “change personalities”: Champions, Floaters, Roadblocks, & Terrorists
- The one key fact that every manager must understand about change
- Why positive changes may trigger negative reactions
- The “Five C” formula for helping people accept workplace changes
- Recognizing when communication needs to be more personal
- Ten important questions for developing an effective change plan
- Guiding employees through changes with the Performance Management Cycle
- Why you may need to shift your leadership approach during a change
- Quick Quiz: How to match your “change coaching” style to each employee
Part 2 — Coping with the COVID-19 Aftermath: Reopening, Compliance Risks, and Resistance
The pandemic and its legal implications for HR are far from over. Get the latest updates on how to move forward safely from attorney Anniken Davenport.
- The latest on the flood of lawsuits against employers and businesses from workers, customers, and others.
- Exactly how you’re supposed to reopen safely according to the CDC, OSHA, and EEOC. Plus information on your state’s requirements.
- How to create a contingency plan just in case your state or local authorities order a shutdown again.
- What you can and cannot do while screening employees returning to work.
- Complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act for those for whom the workplace may still carry risk due to pre-existing disabilities or newly developed ones.
- How to handle workers who REFUSE to return over supposed unsafe conditions.
- How to handle telework continuation requests.
- Rehiring furloughed employees who may be reluctant to return when they’re on enhanced unemployment benefits can be hard.
- Mental health support to ease the return.
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