Today’s Big Idea comes from Rick Maurer. Rick is a Change Advisor, Speaker and Author, with a mission to “Lead change without Migraines”. He believes that the key to successfully implementing a change is knowing how to work with resistance. If leaders are prepared to handle resistance as soon as it arises, they can often get back on track before the change activity derails.
In Rick Maurer‘s famous book, “Beyond the wall of resistance” he guides the reader on how to deal with resistance in a way that retains strong working relationships while achieving the desired change.
Whatever happens in your corporate life, you can be sure of this: You are going to be faced with a steady flow of changes. Change occurs in an organization in many ways – strategic, leadership, or technological changes. In recent years, companies are seeing change management play an important role.
Change management is a process that helps ease any organizational transitions. More specifically, it aids on the people side of change. In essence, it helps “employees to understand, commit to, accept, and embrace changes in their current business environment.”
One of my favourite Change Management “models” is Rick Maurer’s 3 Levels of resistance. It is easy to understand, simple to apply and has a big impact. He identifies three levels of resistance and teaches us how we can turn them into support:
- I don’t get it
- I don’t like it
- I don’t like you
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