We all have patterns in our lives. Understanding our organisation enough to know this is essential for change.
From the Blog on habits
Reflection can be helpful to help us learn, to see patterns and trends. But it also can be paralysing. What is done is done.
Dreams inspire. Give us life. And are desperately needed. Change happens in the moment, in the now. Change is inevitable, but rarely intentional.
Our mind plays tricks on us regularly. When we notice this we can use it to our benefit rather than be controlled by them. What tricks will you play today?
100 percent is easier than 98 percent, so says Clayton Christensen. It reduces decision fatigue and changes organisational culture.
Within almost every change project, we are seeking new behaviours; Everyday actions, often unconscious actions, where culture is created.
Aristotle reminds us that whatever we do repeatedly makes us who we are. And we can start small as our actions will build up creating a larger change.
How we spend our minutes is how we spend our days and lives. What if, instead of goals and visions, we talked about the habits we needed to achieve them.
People's behaviours and organisational culture is notoriously difficult to change. We often have great visions and goals outlined, but even then we don't succeed. It feels a bit like New Year's resolutions. What would happen if we would define the change we want to...