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Change for change’s sake: What about tradition and stability?

I recently attended a conference at which Ralph Stacey, a renowned professor in the field of complexity, said something that resonated with me. He said that “we have become obsessed with change.” He went to say that “this is nonsensical. … Continue reading

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The Paradox of Change – A Gestalt Perspective

Perplexed to be told “focus on becoming who you already are and stop trying to become something you are not”, I trusted the Gestalt process, and it worked. Continue reading

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Taking a Long Hard Look at Change – Balancing Cautiousness and Curiosity.

This post is about the way we see change and how that determines how well we might react to it and take advantage of it. Continue reading

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Changing cultures in our unethical banks and businesses

It will take a long time to bring about cultural change and for the majority to develop the courage to align themselves to the new way “we do things around here”. The stimulus for change has got to be us, the customer, encouraging the courageous few within these banks and businesses that we want to see survive and flourish over the long haul. Continue reading

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Why change can be difficult.

We are faced with opportunities and risks all the time. Changing our thinking and behaviours, in order to take advantage of the former or avoid the latter, is therefore something we have to contemplate on a regular basis. Of course, … Continue reading

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