Dealing with Change is Not Always Problematic

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Dealing with Change is Not Always Problematic

I think there's a degree of over complexity here. In many instances humans do cope well with change, most usually when such change is under their control or when external influences are compatible with those things that genuinely motivate us - i.e. things that are aligned with a sense of autonomy to create and develop, mastery of skills and activity that is arrived at autonomously because it is deemed as purposeful.
Change is only a problem when it falls outside of these parameters, the task then is to analyse, evaluate and explore to see if the change is something so powerful that it cannot be brought back to lie within the above parameters or to see how best to bring back that which can be brought back within the parameters.

  Jan Emerton
 

Dealing with Change is not Always Problematic

I agree to a certain extent. Often, just validating the emotions people feel during change and being respectful to the past is enough for most people to move on fairly quickly.
The sad thing is that many line managers are either too anxious about 'opening the floodgates' by tackling a potentially emotional subject, or under too much pressure from their own bosses to 'just get it done' that they end up ignoring or belittling the emotions.
What I see in most organisations is over emphasis on the analytical and sequential aspects of the change plan, and not enough on the less predictable, potentially chaotic human response.

  Stacy Moore
Manager, United States
 

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