Questions to Ask When Leading Change to Get More Engagement

  1. What do you think about this change?
  2. How do you feel about this change?
  3. What do you see your role as in this change?
  4. What is your opinion about this change?
  5. What is your experience with this type of change?
  6. What are you working on and how will you be impacted by this change?
  7. What are your ideas about this change?
  8. Would you change anything about this change?
  9. Why do you think this change is needed (or not)?
  10. If you could tell the CEO one thing about this upcoming change, what would it be?
  11. What are you already doing in your day to day work that supports the change?
  12. What areas do you feel will be a challenge for you to adjust?
  13. What is your experience with past changes?
  14. Do you think this change is for good?

Source: Questions to Ask When Leading Change to Get More Engagement by Melissa Dutmers | Riverfork Consulting

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