“Some say change is difficult. However, change is a piece of cake (or perhaps cheese). If you want a real challenge, try to sustain change—especially a change that requires commitment from all who do the work.” Excerpt from “Fish Sticks”
Change is all around us today. We change where we live. We change the furniture in a room. We change bosses. We change departments. However, unless, as individuals, we come to grips with the underlying psychological effects of radical change, we will be ill-equipped to deal with that change and to help others deal with the change.
Programs don’t fix people. People fix people.
Once we understand why we find change so threatening, we can begin to accept and manage change, for ourselves and for others.