Part of our job as change makers is to identify what is distracting us and our teams – when we are chasing ‘lesser goals’.
From the Blog on Change
In the humanitarian space, identity leads us into discussions we don’t need and usually don’t want. what if we just called it a profile?
What is it that we long for? Money? Power? Love? Meaning? This can be tricky to navigate. Change makers are all ‘meaning navigators’.
In all the communities we are a part of, we have ‘hero’ stories – Do we agree with what we are communicating – overtly and subtly?
We are waiting for the ‘other’ to take the first move. It’s worth considering what we would do after they made the move we want them to?
One of the biggest challenges in change is perception. Our perceived identity impacts what we do and achieve.
There is something about volume that works. We may not like mass mailings, spam, or the waste it creates, and yet it works for the sender.
The triage nurse is the one who assessing everyone as they come in figuring out the severity of the problem.
A note by itself is just a sound, a melody is created only when we remember the previous notes played and anticipate the future ones coming.