Conversations don’t always go well the first time. Sometimes they cause hurt. And it is easy to walk away and not engage ever again.
From the Blog on people
Too often we’ve separated ‘the system’ from ‘the people’. We focus most of our energy on the technical system believing digital will save us.
When change makers focus on logic and forget emotional needs. We are viewing the change only through our lens, not those affected by the change.
Renovating a house and organisational change are both change processes, but very different. One involves pipes and walls, the other humans.
Being humans means we all have flaws. While they may be the ways light gets in, they are also the way the light gets out.
Our experience of life, of change is framed by our worldview. As we seek to bring about change in organisations, we need to ‘see’ what others do.
The most vulnerable of our communities and our world are often the outliers, not the average. We think of average because it makes our lives easier.
We get to choose which attributes we focus on and see in ourselves and each other. We also get to choose which ones we want more of in our lives.
Take habits over talent, they are more dependable than talent. Habits require perseverance, the willingness to be bad at something first – a growth mindset.