- The only change is behavioural change. Pick any organization, health programme or societal change project. No matter how much you reorganize processes in the company, or how many health awareness campaigns are in place, or how many appeals to community cohesion your government funds; nothing changes until and unless behaviours change. If you are leading change in organizations or society, behaviours must be the focus of your attention. So we’d better know how to do this and, believe me, above all, how not to do it.
- Behaviours don’t like classrooms, PowerPoint presentations, posters or billboards. Behaviours travel through imitation and copying. So this is the second clue. We’d better know how this works and ‘what’ or ‘who’ has the power to spread behaviours. We must get this right or we will be wasting our time, money and hope.
- Organizational change and macro-social change are large scale changes. How large will vary case by case, but we are not talking about changes that occur at the atomic level of management teams or in the intimacy of the one-to-one executive coaching sessions. These are important and may in some cases indeed be crucial to the organization, but the social infections I am talking about go beyond the scope of these situations.
Monday, 10 March 2014
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Saturday, 23 March 2013
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Monday, 11 March 2013
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Saturday, 9 March 2013
Management Innovation – cutting edge . ‘Disruptive Ideas’ and ‘Reboot’ Seminars by The Chalfont Project
- What if all teams had a sell-by-date, with automatic end no matter what?
- What if your teams did not need to meet? A team and a meeting are two different things.
- What if your aim as leader was to loose control? The more you loose the more you have.
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Friday, 15 February 2013
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