Saying goodbye. Why is organisational change so tough for people? by Jonny McCormick
As a young adult I had the opportunity to work at a camp in Canada for 4 summers. It’s amazing how quickly you build relationships and bonds with people over a 12–16 week period.
Spending nights around the campfire together, playing stupid games, swimming in the lake, mooching around the local towns and enjoying the stars in the nightsky. It’s a full on experience and it’s easy to see how some of the people have become some of my closest friends.
The Implications of Understanding the Truth About Resistance by Vivienne Edgecombe
In part 1 we covered what resistance to change is, what it’s really telling us, and where the most leverage is in terms of intervention.
In part 2 we will look at how an intervention based on the understanding of how the mind works can make a difference – we’ll explore the implications of really understanding what I’m pointing to here.
The practical implications of understanding