By reducing people’s cognitive load, you can make it easier for them to absorb change - Deepstash

By reducing people’s cognitive load, you can make it easier for them to absorb change

On average, a person makes 35,000 decisions daily, half of them work-related. The psychological effects of these small decisions accumulate over time and can work either for or against change initiatives. Being under time pressure can also stress the brain, and this stress can hamper decision-making and cause people to resist change. You can compare this to a person riding an elephant.

“Reducing the cognitive load by being thoughtful is your key tactic for calming the elephant.”

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