Introducing Change

When it comes to making changes…

Whether at home….

In an organization…

In a business…

In a church…

The way you introduce change is equally important to the change you introduce.

If you want the change to be effective, you’ve got to invest time in doing it well.

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6 thoughts on “Introducing Change

  1. There have been too many times I have thought the idea I had was a good one, the reasoning behind it was solid, and because of these things everyone would be on board! WRONG! The biggest problem I have now, is that every group is different! This requires something different from the last group, which took something different from the group before that. I just have to adapt to each one. Investing time, and ME!
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    • You're exactly right. Different people, different way to implement change.We see this even in our kids. With my two boys, the way we introduced them to change was always different. One required far more advance notice.

  2. Agreed Ron! Any major change requires enanormous ground work to be done in preparatory stage. This makes the transition smooth and easy. Also, when we taken effort to convince all the relevant stakeholders, then the resistence will be minimum. In simple terms, Change management is an art. There is no defined rule to handle the same. Every opportunity will be a unique experience.