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Beyond rocks in hard places

Change has been a huge theme in my life and work. And whilst it has often been difficult, moving beyond the rocks and hard places of change and helping others to do so in their work lives and their organisations has brought extraordinary successes and exhilarating journeys. My blog will explore different aspects and ideas about individual and organisational change and what it takes to get beyond the rocks and hard places we find ourselves in.

At its simplest level, organisation development (OD) is about helping organisations deliver better outcomes through people. And if you want your organisation to improve performance- then you need to help people deal with current problems. You also need to be proactive and deal with anticipated problems as well.

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Beyond rocks and hard places

Beyond rocks and hard places

Why is so hard to change?

Why do we find it so hard to break habit loops and change our behaviour? Anyone who has ever tried to eat more healthily, be more patient with colleagues, plan work tasks with greater care, exercise more, take better minutes at meetings, visit the dentist regularly- anyone who has ever tried to change an established pattern- knows just how hard it is to do.

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