Most leaders report resistance to change being the most inhibiting factor when implementing change. However, as the Greek Philosopher Heraclitus, said "change is the only constant in life" meaning we are in fact very receptive to change.
So, If change and resistance to change is not the problem, then what is?
The problem is that neither change nor resistance to changes is a unilateral or holistic thing. Change often comprises of resistance to smaller things than the general change itself and the resistance to change will be different depending on the change initiatives, the organisation and you as a leader;
What’s the solution?
Learn how identifying the most common inhibiting factors in your specific context can help you develop an effective strategy to address them and ensure successful change implementation.
While there are many influential Change Management theories, in reality, there is no formula to change and there is no ‘standard resistance’.
In fact, more often than not, resistance is the outcome of change failing rather than the cause of its failure.Views: 48 | Enquiries: 0
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