Public Relations Tactics

How to Propose Changes at Work

August 3, 2015

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This is an edited version of an article that first appeared on CommPRO.biz.

As a member of a small agency, one of the things that I value most about our company is its openness. Employees are not only enabled, but also encouraged, to share their thoughts and provide feedback on processes, tools and client strategies. A close-knit working environment allows everyone’s voice to be heard. It empowers team members to feel like valuable assets who can make contributions, as well as play a role in shaping a company.

However, you don’t have to work at a small agency in order to have a voice or make recommendations. Regardless of size, employees should speak up about any changes that they think would be beneficial, and can do so by taking the following approaches:

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