The magic formula for effective change (Part 2 )

The Magic Formula for Effective Change (Part 2) I previously blogged about gaining buy-in, through using cognitive dissonance effectively.  Today I’m talking about the other factors that are necessary. If you want people to change, firstly they need to feel that the change has a purpose which they can identify with – and feel a part of (see Part 1.)

We think we are making rational decisions. We think we are – but are we?

I had a fascinating day to day brushing up my skills (thank you Emma Lloyd) and this resulted in some long conversations about the importance of values and limiting decisions. This made me think about how much organisations neglect these issues in regard to their own employees. If you think about it, a business is