Enough is enough!

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Change is indeed inevitable.

It’s what has moved us forward since the beginning of time. The unprecedented changes that took place during the 20th century, have multiplied the speed of change, for better or worse. Whether you like it or not, the speed of change is getting faster and faster.

Resisting it is no point, questioning it may at times be most prudent, as change just for the sake of change may not be productive. Healthy discussions about potential change and it’s pros and cons is absolutely needed.

Change doesn’t necessarily lead to progression, that indeed needs to be a choice. Looking at change and using change as an opportunity for something different, and hopefully also something better, is a choice.

And yet, it’s human nature to on some level resist change, or not quite get onboard when things change, to feel a sense of loss and look back at “what was” and seeing that as more desirable. That can be managed though. As an individual, as a leader of others, as an organization, we can choose to make the most of change, help each other deal with it and choose progression as an option for better results and for feeling better.

Ongoing communication is the key to healthy change management. Two-way or multi-way communication, that is. Listening, discussing, exploring, empathising, involving the relevant people – and coming up with solutions.

Change Management will be a skill that continues to be high up the list of desirable skills for anyone who wants to do well in a changing world. And exactly what those skills are will also change, that’s in the nature of change itself. So keep up to date, learn more and more – to make change work for you. It will pay off.


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Att influera andra är både vetenskap och konst. Och de som gör det bäst gör det med andra i åtanke, med integritet och win-win tänkande – och får långsiktiga resultat

Kom på vårt kostnadsfria seminarium och glänta på locket till en stor verktygslåda med kommunikationsstrategier för schyssta människor: NLP Business.

Detta seminarium körs vid två tillfällen i centrala Stockholm (Östermalm):

Den 19 mars kl 8-9 blir det frukostseminarium. Vi bjuder på frukost.

Den 26 mars kl 17.30-19.00 blir det After Work seminarium. Vi bjuder på vin och snacks.

OBS! BÅDA DESSA SEMINIARIER ÄR NU FULLBOKADE. OM DU VILL ATT VI SÄTTER UPP DIG PÅ VÅR VÄNTELISTA FÖR EVENTUELLA AVBOKNINGAR, så skicka ett email till elisabet@think.se – och ange tydligt vilket seminarium du vill väntelista dig till. TACK. BEKRÄFTELSE om du fått plats kommer via email, tillsammans med adressuppgifter.

Välkommen!

Elisabet och Camilla

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Read the story about Sarah, who “inherits” wisdom. Written by Elisabet Vinberg Hearn and Mandy Flint for WeAreTheCity.


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