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Sometimes It Takes Something Significant To Change

I was running an online full day workshop recently.  The fact that it was online was a change. Early on in the workshop we had a group discussions around what COVID-19 had taught us about change. One thing that came out loud and clear was that when we need to change we can and do. Several delegates spoke […]

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Perspective Matters Now More Than Ever

None of us will forget 2020. We have and continue to live with COVID-19. It’s required us to change and adapt. It’s presented challenges.  On Saturday evening a press conference told us that England will go into lockdown once again from Thursday. In some respects it shouldn’t come as a surprise.  Cases have been rising.  Deaths have increased. Of course […]

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Thinking Differently When Faced With Challenge

Without a doubt we are in a time when the whole world has been turned upside down. In times of challenge fear kicks in.  In many ways this shouldn’t be a major surprise. The trouble with fear is that can result in us all getting further and further into that downward spiral. When we are in the downward […]

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1 What To Do When Encountering Resistance To Change

Change is almost part and parcel of being in business these days.  Failing to change and adapt can have potentially catastrophic impacts. Some organisations have ended up going out of businesses because either they failed to change or were too slow to change. One would think that getting employees to change would be straightforward enough.  […]

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