About change ...
Defining our 2020 good intentions and new goals is a kind of CHANGE as well, same as the logic of my LOGO on the left.
Re: In the LOGO means a new, different or changed approach to do something, what has been done before. The arrow in counterclockwise direction means the same, not the standard way of doing things (sorry for the guys using a digital watch 😉).
In a team meeting today we used Change Management as the main topic, given the fact that a lot of changes are going to happen in the near future. From the three main focus areas -- tools, process and people -- the majority of the concerns was around tools and process. Only a few were thinking about people, either themselves or the team as a whole.
Not a surprise, as different Personality Types handle change in a different way. See:
- Here Is How Each Myers-Briggs Personality Type Feels About Change https://thoughtcatalog.com/heidi-priebe/2016/11/here-is-how-each-myers-briggs-personality-type-handles-change/
- Based on The Myers and Briggs Personality Test http://www.onlinepersonalitytests.org/mbti/
Just in case you are interested in more details and content about Change Management, you can search in my two eBooks for related BLOG posts, do an Internet search - preferably via ECOSIA - or just start with the following:
- Leading Business Change For Dummies Cheat Sheet https://www.dummies.com/business/management/leading-business-change-for-dummies-cheat-sheet/
- Seven Steps to Efficient Change Management https://www.dummies.com/business/human-resources/employee-engagement/seven-steps-to-efficient-change-management/
Some more links that are kind of related to the topic 🙂:
- Ten drawings for creative people, to motivate and inspire https://artplusmarketing.com/ten-drawings-for-creative-people-to-motivate-and-inspire-b3f47a4f434e
- The science of behaviour change: Change your life with these easily actionable tweaks https://learningfundamentals.com.au/the-science-of-behaviour-change-change-your-life-with-these-small-actionable-tweaks/
- How you can use the power of celebration to make new habits stick https://ideas.ted.com/how-you-can-use-the-power-of-celebration-to-make-new-habits-stick/