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CHANGES

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Nancy Falkner

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Transcript of CHANGES

Enjoy the change, savor
as an
adventure.

Fear of the journey.
We don't have a part in the journey.
Anger:
What happens to me?
Inadequate:
Not knowing how to read the the new map



Making sense of the fear or emotional reaction.
We can't see where the road ends.


We are very comfortable with the road we know.

We cannot see what the road looks like ahead.
Embracing Change
Why is Change scary?
3 Steps to change
(Kurt Lewin)

Unfreezing
Education
Communication
Support
THE CHANGE
ReFreezing
Reinforcing
Stabilizing
Support
-Uncertainty
-Fear
-may be unnecessary
due to change may be
happening constant

- chance of reverting back
to old way without this
step
When you let go of the fear, you feel
free.
Adapting to change quickly.
The quicker we let go the quicker we can enjoy the ride
When you change what you believe
You change what you do.

DENIAL
OR
IGNORING




THE WRITING ON THE WALL.
Two catepillars are conversing and a beautiful butterfly floats by.
One catepillar turns and says to the other,
"You'll never get me up on one of those butterfly things."
Leading Team through change
Who Moved My Cheese?
The Change Curve
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Q1
Q6
Q5
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q1
Q1
Q2
Q2
Q3
Q3
Q4
Q4
Q5
Q5
Q6
Q6
WILLING
ABLE
READY
Who Moved My Cheese?
Kotter's 8 Steps of Change
Activity
This taught me a lesson but I'm not sure what it is.
Its dangerous to think you know
"the answer"
Knowing
"the answer"
will generally self-limit any consideration of other possibilities and limit our thinking.
Even though we often resist change and risk, it is often
inevitable!
Change will occur.
We can choose to be active participants and go with the flow
or
we can attempt to resist and suffer the stresses.
Engaged and Involved
We need to be engaged & involved in the process rather than feel imprisoned by our environment.
Change cannot be done "to" us--forcing the action typically generates active resistance to the process.


" In the change from being a catepillar to becoming a butterfly, you're nothing more than a yellow, gooey, sticky mess."
Trust among team members is important for motivation & focused effort.
Communications between pullers and pushers is essential for improvement.
Shared visions & goals are crucial for shared effort & motivation.
Constant need for team work.
Continuous improvement & measurement of progress must occur to anticipate and monitor the need for more changes.
Choosing to change is a really an important part of improvement.
Our Biological senses

Gauge the direction of a sound's origin based on a .00003 second differences in its arrival from one ear to another.
Ability to see a burning candle from 28 miles away if you are dark adapted.
Feel pressure on your finger tips that depresses you skin .00004 inch.
Smell one drop of perfume diffused in a three bedroom house.
Taste .04 oz. of salt in 530 quarts of H2O
Feel the weight of a bee's wing falling on your cheek from < 1/2 inch away.
Distinguish among more than 300,000 different colors.
We have to deal with the glooey glop most people find uncomfortable.

Transformaton is sometimes difficult & it takes a level of commitment.
The key is understanding the process and perception of the realities of change
We have the sensitivity to be extremely perceptive
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