Change is about jumping into a story that is already being told and impacting the storyline. It is a mindset.
From the Blog on leadership
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.
Earlier this year, we received some funding to explore the governance details of how to put ‘people at the centre of data management’.
We can read and have discussions about the change we seek to create before we begin to change. And we should. But then, it’s your turn.
While working on change, the situations we are working in can become familiar. The things we notice can narrow – we need help seeing afresh.
It’s just the way things are and always have been. Sometimes completely different is just what the doctor ordered.
Sometimes change is exciting. We see people succeed at doing new things. But so much of being a change maker are daily ‘chores’.