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Engage your people with your IT change.

“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself” - Henry Ford


You’ve painted the big picture and your team have bought into your digital transformation narrative. But on a practical level, what does this mean for them?


It probably means that there will be a number of projects popping up across the business and they will be impacted by them to a greater or lesser degree.


At each touch point, you want your people to feel engaged and empowered by the change. To be part of it and not an innocent bystander.

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We help you develop project-based communications and engagement strategies to enable just this. We work with you to find ways to tap into your people, seek their feedback and input, and then share projects with them.


By actively encouraging your people to participate in your IT change project, you can expect:

  • Greater adoption of the technology

  • Increased advocacy for the project

  • Reduced change fatigue

  • Heightened colleague satisfaction

  • Sustainable change

And not only will they embrace this change, but they are more likely to be welcoming of future change initiatives.

Some of the questions we can help you answer:

  • What do my people need to know about this project?

  • How can they get involved in shaping the project and its outcomes?

  • How can we get them prepared and excited for the change?

  • How do we know if things aren’t making sense to them?

  • Why should we invest time and energy in helping our people understand this major IT project?

  • How can we make sure the change sticks and people don't just revert to 'old habits'?


We want to help you create a positive change experience for you and your people. Let’s have a chat about how we can help you deliver your IT project with engaged, enthusiastic people who embrace the change.


How we can help you

Speak to our team today to find about how we can partner with you.

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