Time for a Change?

Time for a Change?

Well, it’s the new year, isn’t it always top of mind?

YES!  Every December 31st there is always a level of excitement and enthusiasm with resolutions and aspirations.   So, it got me thinking about change.

Change is typically not a comfortable word.  Using our handy dandy google engine, you will find several alternate words for change: Words such as adjustment, advance, development, difference, diversity, innovation, modification, reversal, revision, revolution, shift, switch, transformation, transition, variation, turnaround, adjust, alter, diminish, evolve.  I think many of those terms are more appealing and perhaps more achievable.  What do you think?

Is it time to evolve?  Is it time for a modification? A time to shift perspective or delivery?

The answer should be yes.  Examining your programs and relationships are an important part of innovation, adjustment and advancement.  Employee benefits is a key element to your workforce readiness.

Post-pandemic, our approach to work has changed.  Our workforce has changed.

Time to reexamine what is attractive to your workforce and who is helping you evolve.

Most organizations have set annual goals and are in the process of town hall meetings and sessions to build momentum.   If it has been 3 years or more since you last reviewed your vendors and consultants, take time to review.

According to a LinkedIn reference by BCG with steps from Dr. Marc Sniukas, most innovative companies report that innovation is a top 3 priority.  Yet 50% fall short.  Overcome the gap, and initiate change:

  • Set clear ambitions
  • Establish playing fields: Understand financial decision support
  • Prioritize performance management
  • Push project management
  • Develop talent and culture

At TBC, we recognize and build the wheel of transformation.  We are ready to help you explore, transition and switch.  Are you?

Jodie E. Braner, RHU

Jodie E. Braner, RHU

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