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Al Fardan Exchange Tackling insecurity
Security and trust are often hard to find at the start of a change process. Especially when a bunch of external advisers suddenly step into a department, colleagues who have been working there for years sometimes want to get suspicious. “Oh, aren’t we good enough to solve this ourselves?” Sometimes a ‘dream situation’ is outlined as the ultimate goal, which for many feels like an impossible mission. Change processes are also regularly (directly or indirectly) linked to cutbacks or reorganisations, which does not exactly increase confidence among employees.
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An important way to reduce this inconvenience lies in communication. If there is insecurity or a lack of trust in a department, that situation deserves full attention. You make the difference in your way of speaking as a colleague, manager or change coach. Van Kooten-Satter quotes scientist Amy Edmonson here. He gives three tips to promote ‘daring’:
Refer to work as a challenge to learn, not a challenge to accomplish.
Acknowledge your own imperfection: you fail too.
Be curious and ask a lot of questions.
From performance to learning
With this approach, other conversations start. By placing less emphasis on performance, the change process does not immediately feel like a cold settlement of years of hard work. ‘We can still learn a lot’ simply sounds less confrontational than ‘It will all have to be considerably better’.
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By showing your own vulnerability, you invite the other to do the same. This is how you start the conversation from a common ground. From there you can talk more easily about the difficult mission that lies ahead, which you will take on together. By trial and error.
Interest makes you involved
By asking a series of questions out of genuine interest, you show that you want to hear someone’s voice. By subsequently including this input in the decision-making process, you show that you value someone’s opinion. That person will feel more involved in the eventual change.
Even if your opinions do not agree, even if you know there is resistance: keep talking, keep trying to understand each other. And remember, ‘Agree to disagree’ is sometimes a powerful way to take the sting out of a conflict.