In this video, Lisa and Elizabeth share share how to move with the goal post, and how to help others move, too.
- Companies change their goals all the time.…If they didn't, we'd still be talking on landlines…and we'd probably be faxing you this course.…And the challenge is human beings…are neurologically hard-wired to resist change.…Change is uncertain, and according to our brain,…potentially dangerous, thus the resistance.…Most workplace changes, however, aren't as dangerous…as our lizard brain might like us to think.…Change can be a new customer base or new system…or even an extended timeline on a project.…
Now no matter how big the changes,…the way you manage change will likely follow a similar path.…If someone presents you with a change,…your first decision is determining where you stand.…And as a rule of thumb, unless there are huge flaws,…your best bet is to support changes…brought to you by senior leadership.…Part of being a leader, either formal or not,…is doing your best to support the efforts of other leaders.…Now even if the change has some small potential errors,…you can still be supportive and raise those issues…
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- Name three ways that you can add value to a meeting.
- Recognize the benefits of including emotional impact in your stories.
- Explain how developing a team mindset can increase efficiency and productivity.
- Identify an easy way to reinforce expectations.
- Determine when it is necessary to tell your boss about a mistake made by a peer.
- Recall the most important benefit of punctuality.