Using resilience to improve change performance

Posted by Anne-Lise MacKenzie on Jun 10, 2011

It is interesting how some people when faced with disruptive situations tend to "bounce back" while others tend to flounder.  Both groups will experience the same fear and apprehension when faced with change, but one group will recover more quickly through its ability to adapt, cope and maintain results.

By using a simple process of AID:

  • Assessment
  • Interpretation
  • Decision

You and your teams can learn a more resilient reflex during change.

Learn more about AID and how to use it to improve your change projects here.

Tags: change management, Change Management, Organisational Change, Resilience

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