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Change models and processes…and keeping your inner saboteur on his toes

Over the last few weeks I’ve spoken about ‘change’, and how best to approach it. Change is a necessary part of life, and though it may be scary to move away from the familiar, it helps us to progress and learn, to overcome obstacles, and to open ourselves up to new opportunities. Today, I want …

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The saying ‘old habits die hard’ is true. Change cannot happen overnight, as Prochaska shows…

Snap decisions and half-hearted resolutions never work out. Changing something intrinsic in your life will need a serious amount of commitment and planning for its effect to remain. This is no more apparent than in the workplace: overnight, forced change will invite uproar. However, change can be implemented effectively and successfully. Last week I talked …

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How change should be implemented in the workplace, according to Bridges, Lewin….and Angela Sabin

Last week I spoke about people’s reactions to change, and how – if change is not correctly managed – the most common reaction is knee-jerk suspicion or fear of the unknown. Change isn’t complicated; it can actually be quite simple. When changes are not spelled out, visualised or detailed, our minds are quite capable of …

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