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Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard

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George Aramath

on 21 June 2011

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Transcript of Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard

What is this commercial for? Why is Change so hard? Typical View: Linear System Nonlinear 3 part "Pattern for Change" I. Direct the Rational Rider Deliberates and analyzes, looking towards the future Strengths: Providing planning and direction with long-term thinking Weakness: Overanalyze without decision Pattern for Successful Change: Provide Clear Directions Timeline for Morning Routine Deliberates and analyzes, looking towards the future
Strengths: Providing planning and direction with long-term thinking
Weakness: Overanalyze without decision Deliberates and analyzes, looking towards the future
Strengths: Providing planning and direction with long-term thinking
Weakness: Overanalyze without decision Structural Frame Pattern for Successful Change:
Provide clear directions Ex. Timeline for morning
routine II. Motivate the Emotional Elephant Weakness: Focus on short-term payoffs
Strength: Loyalty and passion with energy and drive Human Resource & Symbolic Frame With motivation (from feelings, not knowledge) “Clocky” Coffee Time & Alarm Clock III. Shape the Path “What looks like a people problem is often
a _______ ______ problem" situation Tweaking the environment:
Ex. Place morning clothes near your bed Change occurs with clear direction (Rider),
ample motivation (Elephant), &
supportive environment (Path) Help change behavior of Special Education parent
Look over your brief scenario and discuss how you, as principal, would manage the situation
Split into groups (3 groups of 3 coming up with at least 3 ideas)
4 minutes (timer)
A) Direct the Rational Rider
B) Motivate the Emotional Elephant
C) Shape the Path Group Activity David, the “Denying Parent”






1) Direct the Rider:
Timeline and Responsibility Chart
Outside evaluator
Parent education with private counseling





2) Motivate the Elephant:
Personal stories from other parents in similar situation
Arrange for visits to see special ed. services
“Do it for your child”






3) Shape the Path
Resolve scheduling conflicts
Rally herd with other spec. ed. parents Human Resource & Symbolic Frame Structural Frame Structural Frame
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