Posts tagged resistance to change
Change Happens! How to Make it Work for You

“Are you the sort of person that likes to know what they’ll be having for lunch in 3 weeks’ time or where every cent of your money goes?

Maybe you prefer to leave each day totally unplanned or you have no specific goals, budget or savings?

Or, maybe you’re a bit of both? Most of us do sit somewhere in between. You might have plans or routines in some areas of your life but be happy to drift through others. Is that a conscious choice, though?”

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How Small Steps Lead to Giant Leaps

“You’ve heard the saying, ‘If nothing changes, nothing changes”. It makes sense, doesn’t it? We can’t expect to improve something without changing it in some way. So why is it that many of us allow our careers (or our lives) to fall into monotonous patterns?

We don’t start out that way. Babies are fascinated by new things, even something as simple as the feel of grass. Toddlers spend whole days exploring and pushing their boundaries. Schoolchildren build up their knowledge year after year. If we go on to further study, the habit continues. However, many of us lose the habit of learning once we join the workforce. We may gain more knowledge or skills incidentally but not always as a result of deliberate or planned progression. Why not?”

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4 essential components of effective organisational change

“With new technologies reshaping our lives almost daily, organisations and governments alike are having to learn to deal with rapid change across many areas simultaneously. Some are handling this well and others are already struggling. So, what are they doing differently?

Those that are struggling tend to be those that are resistant to change or who simply don’t see that they have a problem. On the other hand, those that are responding positively to widespread disruption are those that have seen the need to review their core beliefs about how things should work within their organisation.”

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