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Resolving Unconscious Bias
Monday, 13 Sep, 2021
Resolving Unconscious Bias

Our biases have been developed through the stories of our lives. From birth, our parent’s beliefs become part of our unconscious, very personal, ecosystem; the cultural norms of our youth create our habits, behaviors, and identity; the schools we attend or the gangs we join introduce us to the way our

You Can’t Change a Behavior by Trying to Change a Behavior
Monday, 19 Jul, 2021
You Can’t Change a Behavior by Trying to Change a Behavior

I recently got a call from a noted venture capitalist of healthcare apps. DH: I heard you have a model that facilitates permanent behavior change. I wonder

Why Change Seems So Hard: Essay on facilitating buy-in and avoiding resistance
Monday, 8 Mar, 2021
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. According to statistics, the

Training vs. Learning: do you want to train? Or have someone learn?
Monday, 15 Feb, 2021
Training vs. Learning: do you want to train? Or have someone learn?

Did you ever wonder why training fails so often? When important material, meant to improve or educate, is not

The HOW of Change™: the physiology of transformation
Tuesday, 27 Oct, 2020
The HOW of Change™: the physiology of transformation

Because I wanted choice over my actions, I’ve spent a good portion of my life coding the trajectory of change so I could intervene to do something differently. I realized early on that knowing WHAT I wanted to change,

Change Without Resistance: Podcast series and article on generating buy-in with systems thinking
Monday, 26 Oct, 2020
Change Without Resistance: Podcast series and article on generating buy-in with systems thinking

Why does it seem so hard to change a habit or a behavior? Why do we drag our feet