Reason: They don't see how they fit into any of it. This reason highlights the difference between ownership and authorship of a change.
The Fix: Ownership doesn't work, but authorship does. Try using the renovator's delight approach to help the team become authors of change.
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Reason: They don't know how big a deal the change actually is. Have you ever started a project so overwhelming that you didn’t even know where to start? This is how change can feel, too.
The Fix: Try using the 4-door approach to give the change some edges.
Reason: They are too full of fear and emotions and fears to think straight.
The Fix: As soon as you hear a new idea, your brain categorizes it as 'good' or 'bad.' Create space for the team to consider a third category - the 'interesting' elements of the change. To do this, pull the team together, grab a whiteboard (virtual or otherwise), sketch out these three columns, and facilitate a discussion exploring each.
“You can keep things the same or you can make a difference. You cannot do both. That is the choice you’ve got to make.”
"Change is the only constant in life"
Great leaders look at the fundamental forces of life, and ask 'Why'. There is a drive they carry, a cause, a purpose, that makes them inspired to achieve something bigger than themselves.
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