Omega Performance Releases New Paper
<strong>Charlotte, N.C. — Oct. 16</strong><br />Omega Performance has released “Leading People Through Change,” its new paper on leadership skills and techniques for change management. <br /><br />Organizations that are successful at change understand that change occurs one person at a time. Effective change management is based on spending enough time and effort on the individuals in the organization, not trying to make change happen to the organization. <br /><br />This distinction often challenges today's change leaders, according to company research and analysis presented in the paper.<br /><br />”If managers can find a way to bring people through a change individually, they can manage the organizational change successfully,” said Connie Hritz, Omega Performance senior vice president of research and development. “'Leading People Through Change' is our guide for doing that. It addresses the steps managers need to take and the leadership skills they need to have to be authentic about their own feelings regarding the change, gain commitment to the change from individual employees and ultimately realize the benefits of the change.”<br /><br />”Leading People Through Change” is one of many complimentary resources offered by Omega Performance to help organizations improve business.