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Why Change Seems So Hard: Essay on facilitating buy-in and avoiding resistance
Monday, 4 Mar, 2019 – 0:30 | 7 Comments
Why Change Seems So Hard: Essay on facilitating buy-in and avoiding resistance

How do we manage change in our organizations? Not very well, apparently.

The Big Push: why sellers, doctors, coaches, and leaders, don’t effect permanent change
Monday, 11 Mar, 2019 – 0:05 | 5 Comments
The Big Push: why sellers, doctors, coaches, and leaders, don’t effect permanent change

How many times have you tried to sell an idea to a colleague, only

What Is change And Why Is It So Difficult? (Part 2)
Monday, 6 Oct, 2014 – 9:59 | One Comment
What Is change And Why Is It So Difficult? (Part 2)

Change is not the problem – we like doing new and different things. What we don’t like is the disruption change causes. And usually, we attempt to create change by pushing new information

Making Change Work #5: why is buy-in necessary and how to make it work
Saturday, 25 Dec, 2010 – 13:39 | 2 Comments
Making Change Work #5: why is buy-in necessary and how to make it work

As the 5th installment of a 6 part series called Making Change Work, this podcast is about buy-in:
– what buy-in means in terms of the change management process
– how and when buy-in occurs
– why people do not buy-in

The HOW of Change™
Monday, 20 May, 2019 – 10:50 | No Comment
The HOW of Change™

Because I wanted choice over my actions, I’ve spent a good portion of my life coding the trajectory of change. I realized early on that knowing WHAT needed to be changed, WHAT doing it ’right’ entailed, and WHY I wanted to change, didn’t reliably lead me to successful change, regardless of my willpower and discipline. Even my attempts at Behavior Modification were unsuccessful. After studying brains and how they generated behaviors, I realized my problem: real change had to be unconscious and automatic, and come directly from my brain; I was trying to ‘do’ something different without somehow changing my brain.

The HOW of Change Syllabus
Thursday, 16 May, 2019 – 14:03 | Comments Off on The HOW of Change Syllabus
The HOW of Change Syllabus

The How of Change: a hands on learning through the physiology of transformation
Session 1. Introduction to the flow of information in your brain, from input to output.

What are behaviors? How are they generated?
The physiology of behavior: how your brain regulates what you do.
Why you can’t change a behavior by changing a behavior and what to […]