Category: Change

Is remote working damaging our adaptability to change?

Is remote working damaging our adaptability to change?

Is remote working damaging our adaptability to change? Anyone who has studied neuroscience will quickly tell you that multiple studies have shown that loneliness and social isolation can harm our ability to learn and adapt. In humans, our cognitive function becomes...

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Achieving change by supporting transitions

Achieving change by supporting transitions

Sitting here today in a wet and windy Brighton, I’m caught by the sudden change and transitions that the world around me is making from summer green to golden autumn. After the (thankfully) glorious weather of early lockdown and the heatwave in August, the shift to...

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Leading Change

Leading Change

Regular visitors to these pages will know that I have discussed a number of approaches to leading change over the past few months. These have predominantly looked at some of the psychological methods by which we can help people adapt and accept changing times,...

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Conflict management and change process

Conflict management and change process

Over recent weeks, I have discussed several techniques for leading a team through the process of change. For example, we have looked at areas such as Gestalt psychology and Appreciative Inquiry, which help you foster trust, acceptance and participation in the change...

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Using Appreciative Inquiry to change for the better

Using Appreciative Inquiry to change for the better

Last week, I introduced the concept of Appreciative Inquiry, and explained that it is a technique of change management which focuses on identifying the positive rather than the negative aspects of change. Today, we will look at the practicalities of implementing AI...

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