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To convince people of the value in a new idea, show how it can be personally useful and Personal Touch valuable to them. When faced with several obstacles in your strategy to introduce something new, look for a Piggyback way to piggyback on a practice in your organization.
To spark interest, carry materials seeds and display plant them when the opportunity Plant the Seeds arises.
To avoid becoming too discouraged when the going gets tough, find opportunities to talk Shoulder to Cry On with others struggling to introduce a new idea. To address the concerns of someone who is resistant to your cause and making a lot of Small Concession noise, consider a small concession that will show you acknowledge the point of view and contribution. When your efforts produce a visible positive result, people will come out of the woodwork Smell of Success to talk to you.
Treat this opportunity as a teaching moment. Relieve your frustration at the enormous task of changing an organization by taking one Step by Step small step at a time toward your goal. Form a small group of colleagues who are interested in exploring or continuing to learn Study Group about a specific topic.
Sustained Take a pro-active approach to the on-going work of sustaining the interest in the new idea in Momentum your organization. To convince people in the organization of the value they can gain from the new idea, tailor Tailor Made your message to the needs of the organization.
When a new opportunity presents itself, see if there is any interest by using some of the Test the Waters patterns in this language and then evaluating the result. The Right Time Consider timing when you schedule events or when you ask others for help. To learn from the past, take time at regular intervals to evaluate what is working well and Time For Reflection what should be done differently.
As early as possible in your change effort and throughout, hold an event to gather as many Town Meeting participants as possible to solicit feedback, build support, get new ideas, and bring in newcomers. When the organization is not willing to commit to the new idea, suggest that they Trial Run experiment with it for a short period and study the results.
To encourage people to pay attention to your idea, point out the problem that you believe Wake-up Call has created a pressing need for change.
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To help people see the usefulness of the new idea, encourage those who have had success Hometown Story with it to share their stories. To move your change initiative forward, engage people in an exercise to imagine future Imagine That! In Your Space Keep the new idea visible by placing reminders throughout the organization.
Innovator When you begin the change initiative, ask for help from colleagues who like new ideas.
For a new idea to be successful across an organization, everyone should have an opportunity Involve Everyone to support the innovation and make his own unique contribution. To prepare to spread the word about the new idea, work with the new idea on your own to Just Do It discover what the benefits and limitations are. To ease learners into the more difficult concepts of a new idea, give a brief introduction and Just Enough make more information available when they are ready.
To ake people feel appre iated, say tha ks i the ost si ere ay you a to e eryo e Just Say Thanks who helps you. Ask for help from first-line management.
When your boss supports the tasks you are doing Local Sponsor to introduce the new idea, you can be more effective. Location, Location, To avoid interruptions that disrupt the flow of an event, try to hold significant events off Location site. When a project wants to get started with the new idea, have someone around who Mentor understands it and can help the team.
There are always myths around every change initiative. Document those and address them Myth Buster in a timely and forthright manner. Take time near the end of an event about the new idea to identify what participants can do Next Steps next. To convince people of the value in a new idea, show how it can be personally useful and Personal Touch valuable to them. When faced with several obstacles in your strategy to introduce something new, look for a Piggyback way to piggyback on a practice in your organization.
To spark interest, carry materials seeds and display plant them when the opportunity Plant the Seeds arises. This book is recommended for anyone new to leading change efforts, as well as for more experienced change agents looking to become more deliberate about their efforts. Our two authors, like Rilkian angels, don't know whether it is the living they are moving among, or the dead; they reside in that immortal space as manifested by the corporation.
There are quotes everywhere from anybody in this book. In one rather short paragraph three quotes from three sources unrelated, except that each source possesses cultural cachet were marshalled to reinforce the original text. Sometimes one resorts to quotation when another said something first or best, and it would be unfair to appropriate their words without giving due credit; other times the source lends an appropriate resonance to an original work, or helps establish the lineage of one's own thought.
Instead of this, the authors of Fearless Change pepper their text with quotes when it would have been just as easy to state the idea in their own words. In doing so they hope to lend unearned credibility to their ideas, as if Ghandi wanted you to write stellar reports for next Tuesday or Einstein believed your firm handshake was an important first step.
Jeremiah Prokosch might have written something like this had he not met an untimely death, and I fear Bill Hicks will rise from the dead and, having lost the power to speak and taunt, gnaw a hole in my skull and stuff my head with angry maggots.