The Individual in the Face of Change
Change is like an ocean of waves that constantly break in our daily lives, sometimes small, sometimes large. Technological acceleration means that the waves are getting higher and higher. We don’t even have time to “recover” before the next wave. The more we resist change, the more exhausted we become, sometimes risking to jeopardize some transformations that are necessary for the survival of the company. But letting ourselves float like an empty shell in the waves is not healthy for us either. How can we find a balance between living through change while taking care of the people who are going through it? How do we surf on change to make it an opportunity to go further both in the reality we create and in our level of maturity and consciousness?
In this video entitled Getting out of your comfort zone (part one), we will look at what the comfort zone is and the benefits of staying in it. Then we will analyze the locks and tensions that keep us there.
Finally, we will describe all the advantages of leaving this comfort zone to enter a creative zone.
Stepping out regularly of your comfort zone will evidently help you make one discovery after another, as well as better manage periods and situations of stress and change.
You will be accustomed to facing unusual situations that require adaptability and self-confidence.
In this second part about Comfort Zone, we will study the antidotes, the strategies and gains we get from stepping out of the known and routine zone.
Do you prefer to be right or to be happy ?
“Things are neither good nor bad. but thinking makes it so. We are victims of the narrowness of judgement we pass on the world” wrote William Shakespeare. Here are 5 steps (4 questions and a turnaround) used in coaching that will allow you to shake up some certainties that do not serve you.
Is your employee or colleague not on target with a goal that you have agreed on?
Are their attitudes and actions not in line with the expectations?
Don’t delay refocusing with them.This is a great opportunity for you to show courage, caring and agility.
Your boss has told you that you lack leadership, your colleague criticizes your lack of listening, your client deplores your lack of agility, …
It is uncomfortable to receive negative feedback, especially if it is addressed awkwardly or brutally.
How can we turn these “critics” into constructive feedback? Here are the 5 steps to receive feedback and then the KSS method to take in feedback.
It is not “normal” to be constantly stressed at work.
The observation of permanent stress requires work on yourself, of course, but also, when possible, intervention from your superiors.
In this video, we will see how to listen to stress signals, how to break out of silence and intelligently express your difficulties.
80% of those interviewed by the ANACT express that when they are stressed by work, they seek to recharge their batteries in personal activities. How do you resource yourself? In this video we will see the importance of taking “refreshing” breaks. Then we’ll discover 6 powerful tips to resource yourself. And finally we’ll see how to reconnect to your own source.
Resistance to change is a crucial part of the change process.
There is no impacting change without resistance (denial, anger, bargaining, decompensation,…).
Here in detail are all the phases of change that you and your employees will go through and how best to accompany them towards the new organization.
Human beings need attention and consideration to fully express themselves and give the best of themselves. As adults, acknowledgement seems to take a back seat, especially at work.
So why are signs of acknowledgement so important? Why are they so little or so badly given? And especially how to give them?