Positive effects of an effective change process:
- Reduce stress
- Teaching everyone leadership because there’s a plan to implement
- Save time on the back-end by spending it on the front
This process can be adapted for any situation. And could be just the steps someone needs to begin making a change their organization. Ari’s written a booklet you can buy at ZingTrain (NOT an affiliate link.) Or, you could win one. Simply sign up for our email community. I will draw in the first week of March. (Anyone signed up for the email group will be eligible to win a booklet. Sign up by the end of the day on March 6, 2018.)
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Notes taken during the episode:
What’s inspired Ari lately:
Been adding staff partners and employees can own some shares. To broaden the ownership of the company. Staff partners rotate every couple of years.
Employee shares: this was to give people a financial stake in addition to the emotional stake they already made. The first year they had a payout. The second year they won’t have one and this has upset some people but is illustrating again what it means to own a business. It’s not designed to change a person who hates working there to one who loves it. There’s too much there, the whole business is an ecosystem and one thing won’t make it amazing or bad.