Tag: thinking

Principle 1: Define your ‘why’

Think of the last important item that you bought and why. For me it was a spiral cutter (I quite like cooking…). When I bought it I searched for a product that would match my needs (to cut vegetables into various forms of spiral, to be easy to clean, to be small enough to hide …

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The keys to hearts and minds

This article follows on from my last one,  focusing especially on addressing the third challenge I mentioned: how to engage hearts and minds in change. I spent a long time last year writing a book on how to handle change in church better. Clearly a specialist topic you may say! But, during the summer, I …

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Challenges for change management?

Despite having been a supporter, follower and practitioner of the art that is ‘change management’ for many years, I only recently reflected on why it is worth doing.   I first picked it up as a formal discipline in the early 1990’s, and simply used the insights and lessons that it provided because it made …

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