We are not always able to accurately hear what others mean to convey. Sometimes we hear only a fraction of what’s been said and our brains misunderstand or bias the rest – and we might not realize it until it’s too late, causing us to believe we’re right and others are wrong, or moving to action using the wrong assumptions. We’re left with restricted communication and creativity,
Answer these questions to see how accurately you hear what your communication partner intends you to hear.
In conjunction with StrategyDriven magazine, and with Nathan Ives as the brilliant interviewer, I’ve recorded a series of 6 podcasts called Making Change Work. The first podcast is available below.
And, why am I recording a Change Management series? For those of you familiar with my decision facilitation model, you’ll recognize that it’s basically a change […]
For those of you who have read Dirty Little Secrets and love the concept of how change happens – and for those of you who haven’t read DLS and still love change models – here is my second podcast of the 6 part series Making Change Work that I’m recording with StrategyDriven Magazine and Nathan Ives.
In the literature of change management, there is no discernable use of the term ‘buy-in.’ In fact, in a search I did for the term I found one useage of it in the last 50 years of change management articles and papers. One. I’m sure there are more outside of my reach, but if you […]
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