When the status quo is no longer satisfactory change is an alternative. Paradoxically this means getting out of the comfort of that status quo and into the world of discomfort, and the sometimes, scary unknown. So not always easy.
The challenge of change in an organisational context is magnified because organisations don’t change, people change - one person at a time.
A pad and pen recommended to capture insights, practical suggestions and best practice examples shared in this conversation with Jane Judd, Global President of the Change Management Institute, and all-round very good chick.
Hi, I’m Julie Hood, and welcome to my podcast TimePeace.
It has been created in honour of my dad, a watchmaker who spent a lifetime restoring people’s time, by his daughter who for many years felt there was never quite enough of it - until she learned there was.
It took longer to get to that place than I thought and like all change it was challenging. When I look back, I wish I’d rescued her sooner.
I now teach others what I’ve learned, and continue to learn, in the hope their time can be restored. These podcast conversations are part of that.
Because in a world that seems obsessed with speed there is no better time to learn to make haste more slowly than now.