The Case for Joy
How much does the success of your business depend on your people? What happens when you lose great people to your competition? What happens when your people are checked out, not getting along, not interested in growing? What happens when your people expect more than you can give?
This is the case for Joy at Work.
Joy at Work is about creating the conditions to help people thrive in their work, especially in times of change.
Most people understand that companies need to evolve to meet the demands of business. Most want to be part of companies that evolve and grow. They may not always like change but it’s usually not what is changing that's upsetting. People get upset by how change is handled That's when you lose them.
We’ve developed a way to make important business changes and build trust, improve work relationships and create a thriving workforce in the process. It’s not a fantasy. It’s an intention and a practice. Joy at Work.Schedule a Call
We have the pleasure of working with great companies and institutions that are making big changes and bringing joy to work.
Engagement that creates connection to the team, the work and the company.
Developing new and growing managers.
Preparing leaders and leadership teams to lead significant change.
Change implementations that include respect for culture and engagement.
Multi-stakeholder values-based decision-making process.
Meet the Team
Roxanne Brown and Ed Cook are the founders of The Change Decision who believe in Joy at Work.
Roxanne is the CEO and an expert in change. Her background is in workplace culture, and data and information risk. Roxanne led multi-million dollar change programs for large organizations. She's also the former global President of the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP).
Ed is the President and an expert in decision-making and analytics. His PhD is in Decision Analytics. Ed led multiple organizations inside two Fortune 200 companies. He's also a former Navy pilot and a Visiting Professor of Analytics at the University of Richmond.