How often are you tempted to shoot off an email or sms to save time and get it off your ‘to do list’?
Or how often have you heard the cry ‘do we really need to meet to talk about this’.
If you’ve ever been guilty of this you might be interested to know what problems this might open you up to …
Continue reading Why you cannot rely on the written word alone
We often hear of ‘change resistance’ or ‘change fatigue’ when we talk about change in the workplace. This gives us an altogether negative outlook on the process of making change.
But does implementing change always need to be hard, frightening, frustrating or challenging? Perhaps this needn’t be the case if you can introduce some ‘fun’ into the equation.
If we injected some fun into the creation of new ideas and the introduction of new ways of doing things …
- then we could shift how we think of change, and
- get the job of change done quickly and with far fewer difficulties.
Continue reading Could ‘fun’ be the antidote to change resistance
For something to make an impact and affect peoples lives the change doesn’t need to be big. Often small and unexpected change can have a profound effect.
We hear about the need for innovation and transformation in business everyday, or at least it seems like this to me. People are looking for the next ‘big idea’ that will shakeup business and industry.
Continue reading We don’t always need change to be about ‘BIG’ ideas
The move to ‘consumer directed care’ and the allocation of funds to the individual is part of the policy landscape in Australia – but the early evidence is showing that these allocated funds are not being fully spent in delivering care.
This raises the question of whether providers have effectively assessed and managed the change management needed to encompass this model of care support.
Continue reading Why are there underspends in client’s community care funds?
Most of go to the Doctor to get prescriptions for all sort of medicines to keep us health, but what if they started to turn the tables on us and put it back on us to do the hard work to get healthy?
Of course it is easier to take a tablet or two to ‘solve’ our problems but they are perhaps at best an illusion of health.
Continue reading Non-profits as partners in health prevention?