Leading Leading Change the Simple Way

Leading Leading Change the Simple Way The three stages of change identified by psychologist Kurt Lewin are the basis of most change management approaches today. Lewin’s three stages are about leading change the simple way. They are very easy to understand – unfreeze, transition, re-freeze! There are simple techniques you can use at each stage …

Leading Leading Change the Simple Way and a Present from Wisewolf

The three stages of change identified by psychologist Kurt Lewin are the basis of most change management approaches today. They are very easy to understand – unfreeze, transition, re-freeze! There are simple techniques you can use at each stage to move people through and to complete your change successfully. Unfreeze: People like to feel safe …

Teddy Bears, Comfort Zones and Big Adventures

If you are leading change, you will need to make clear why your group cannot stay where they are! They can no longer live within their existing comfort zone. It is up to you to paint a picture of the future that they can begin to imagine themselves in. You need to share a vision so meaningful that it is worth them venturing out with you into dark. And you need to establish a bond of trust with those you lead so strong that they can take the risk and move forward.