When you communicate the change be aware that the impact will be different for different kinds of people. Take those different needs into account when you are planning the message. Then recognize the risk that different kinds of engagement might present.
Troublesome emotions like anxiety, depression, guilt, shame, anger, hurt, jealousy and envy can occur at different times in our lives. They can be associated with lots of different kinds of events. But sometimes they occur when most people would think there should be nothing to worry about. And they can be very difficult to deal with.
You need to be as specific and detailed as you can in the way you define the change. Starting with a clear and detailed description has a huge impact on how successful the change might be. If you don’t really know what you want, you can still find yourself very disappointed.
You need to identify what is most difficult for you about the change. This is important because it helps you get to the root of the problem and so you avoid spending too much time on the peripheral issues.