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Thriving Through Change

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Fod Shadbakht

on 15 August 2016

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Transcript of Thriving Through Change

Thriving Through Change
Introduction
Context of Change
Resistance to Change
Personal Resilience
NEUTRAL ZONE

The Transition Process

Change Event
ENDING

NEW BEGINNING
Time
SCARF Model of Resistance

S
tatus

Relative importance to others

C
ertainty

Desire to predict the future

A
utonomy

A sense of control over events

R
elatedness

Safety and belonging with others

F
airness

Perception of fair exchanges
between people
Exercise
Commitment Curve
What are the dynamics of change

Why people react to change

How to be resilient in times of change
What We’ll Cover Today
Your Goal Today is...
one thing


to help

yourself
&
others


through change
Information
Emails
Video
Conference
Dialogue
Face-to-face
Staff meetings
Involvement
1:1 Meetings
Focused discussion
Reinforcement
Involvement in future
state problem solving
I need to know
what’s going on.
Why is it important?
Why now?
I want to be involved and
have a chance to influence.
I am involved in this change
and have some ownership
of new processes.
Marathon Effect
Dynamics of Resistance
Warm up Exercise
1. Get in pairs - one
Observer
; one
"Changer"
2.
Observer
study
Changer
carefully
3.
Observer
turn around and
Changer

make
5 changes
to your appearance
4. Face each other and
Observer
note
differences in
Changer
5. Repeat steps 1 - 4 but with
10 changes
Practice Optimism
Ask Better Questions
Create Habits
Do What You Love
Share one example of a

personal or professional

change you have

been through
Discussion
What pattern did your previous example of change follow?
Discussion
What is your order of
importance?
Why?
Discussion
In your previous example of change, what helped you move you out of the Neutral Zone or shorten its
duration
and
depth
?
Discussion
Experiment
&
Take risks
Which levels of resistance did your previous example of change have?
Explain.
Discussion
Purpose
Why are we doing this?

What problems are we solving?

What are we trying to accomplish?
Plan
What is the road map for getting where we need to go?

What is going to happen over the next X months?

What happens first, second, third?
Picture
What is the end game?

How is it going to work?

What is changing and what isn't?
What is my role?
How will I be involved?
Do I have an opportunity for input into the change plan?
When will I be trained?
Duration
Depth
P
urpose
P
lan
P
icture
P
art
4
P
s
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