The choices we make in how we treat people create culture. Culture is a created and maintained daily through the actions we take or don’t take
From the Blog on Change
In organisational change we think everyone will stick to the plan, it will go at a steady pace, delivered on time, and no tantrums will occur. Not true.
In our change processes, do we test if the barrier we see is easily removable (a blanket) or something much more solid wall that we need to go around?
Brushing the dog is one of those things we need to do regularly, perhaps even daily. But we don’t. We change the culture by regularly showing up.
Bullying seeps into your life, eating it way into every nook and cranny reducing your ability to function as partner, parent, friend, employee.
Using ‘big’ words, being patronising, using technical language that ordinary people don’t understand is not communication. It is a lording over.
Sports teams and athletes talk about the ‘mental’ game. Change requires a certain type of mental toughness too. But rarely is developed or practiced
Distance provides a different perspective to up close. Up close may look like nothing, but from a distance our work contributes to someone else’s view.
Figure skating doesn’t change quickly. However, the way it always has been doesn’t mean that way is right or the only possible way.