All the different things we do to influence change at work can seem convoluted. But when you break it down, there are only three paths for driving change from the current state to the future state. The following ways to influence must happen concurrently to get real results.
During a recent session of Enclaria’s online Fundamentals of Influencing Change at Work course, one of the participants asked, “What are the indicators that people are starting to ‘get it’?” How do you know the change is starting to gain a foothold? [Read more…] about Positive Change Indicators: How to Tell That People Are Starting to “Get It”
I’ve been on the board of Organization Change Alliance, a networking group for change practitioners in Atlanta, for eight of the last ten years. Every year, we have an election to fill a 3-year volunteer position: Chair-Elect, then Chair, then Past Chair.
And every year, the current Chair asks for volunteers who would like to be nominated for the role. Invariably, no one expresses interest after the call for nominations goes out. Not even people who are currently on the volunteer board speak up. [Read more…] about A Better Way to Recruit Volunteers for Your Change Initiative