Too often when we create learning opportunities, expecting bravery. We expect participants to overcome their fear and engage.
From the Blog on Change
Change makers and leaders understand discussing what we need to stop now is a critical conversation to maintaining relevance.
How do we get people to voluntarily join a meeting or an event? Often we think it is through learning or contribution and forget about status.
It wasn’t their fault, they were following the script they were given. But the script did not them to be human.
Change is about jumping into a story that is already being told and impacting the storyline. It is a mindset.
Be authentic’ too often is shame inducing. ‘My dog died this weekend’ is ok to mention in your meeting, but ‘I have an STD’ is likely not.
I don’t know. We don’t have to know everything. No one expects you to. No matter what your position in the team or organisation is.
Similar to leadership, bering a change maker can be both lonely and draining. Therefore, the change maker needs to be resilient.
We have a little fan on the top of our wood stove that pushes the heat around the room. The kids find it magical.