A recorded webinar on how you can make change happen and develop a daily check-in process to support your progress.
What is it? Change and your effort
A workshop focused on identifying what you would like to change, where that change is already happening, and not happening, then developing an accountability practice of daily habits to make progress on that change.
Why does it matter? Mindful practice and accountability create your change
It is not a question of what changes will occur, but when they will happen. Progress and change are what leaders do, which is a significant focus of a leader’s accountability – to make and increase useful change. Many change models portray change as painful, loss, resistance, grief-laden, hard, and that leaders must manipulate people to make change happen. Change does not happen like this!
Cooperation and resistance cannot happen at the same time
Most rejection of change is a rejection of the methods and process of change, not the change itself. Finding small areas of cooperation, involving others and yourself in the change discussion, seeking out resistance and listening, plus constructing daily habits to understand what is working to increase and what is not working to decrease, will support your progress in making change useful.
What makes this change process work?
- you control what you wish to change and put effort into.
- the daily practice taking 5 to 10 minutes to read and self-score your effort on areas of leadership behavior change that are important to you.
- knowing that someone besides you is going to ask you about your leadership behavior change and scored progress keeps the effort and check-in happening.
- each behavior is something active that you can change, it does not depend on someone else to do something for you or for someone else to change.
- doing this as a team or with a peer creates a shared model and process, having shared language for change helps to discuss and support small steps that work.