One of the primary ways we can influence change at work is to create the conditions for change to happen, independent of ourselves. Ideally, we want to create an environment so change is not only possible, but probable. We need to help people successfully navigate change. [Read more…] about Creating the Conditions for Change: Three Perspectives to Consider
Confession: I broke the #1 rule of the internet.
That’s right, I read the comments.
A few years ago, I spoke at the Georgia State University TEDx event on the topic of “How to Deal With Resistance to Change.” As of today, the video has more than 93,000 views, and I still hear from people who enjoyed watching it.
However, many of the YouTube comments say I never get to the point of how to actually deal with resistance.
It’s true, if you watched the TEDx Talk expecting a detailed, step-by-step approach to reducing resistance, you may have been disappointed. But then, if I had included all that information, it wouldn’t have been a TEDx Talk. It would have been an entire class!
But, I took it to heart that some people wanted more.
So, I’m excited to share a new, on-demand video course, which takes a deeper dive into the many underlying sources of resistance and what to do about them:
Unlock Resistance to Change
What to Do When Your Idea or Project Stalls
Because People Are Stuck in the Status Quo
The course is available at Udemy.com. Udemy hosts a treasure trove of video courses on a wide variety of topics.
The regular price for the course is just $74.99. But Udemy often has site-wide sales, and if you time it right, you can get the Unlock Resistance to Change course for as low as $9.99.
Are you ready to Unlock Resistance to Change?
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.