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.)

When people complain about the coffee they may be saying much more….

I often work with businesses who have carried out staff surveys and who are carefully implementing the outcome’s the recommendations. Sometimes these can fall by the wayside, though, when they do not appear to be creating the huge rush of appreciation and motivation that is expected from the employees! They ask me “why isn’t this