You can rapidly solve personal problems using structured questions. Asking structured questions can help us get into a resourceful state of mind so we can come up with new answers, as well as reveal existing answers we already have inside.
Imagine if you could change a behavior or habit with skill. You can use behavior design to shape your habits or lead change management efforts in work and life. The key is to know the types of behavior changes that exist. If you know the types of behavior changes there are, you can more effectively design your behavior changes, and improve your overall change management effectiveness. Lucky for us, Dr. BJ Fogg, has mapped out 15 types of behavior changes for us.
The purpose of this post is to inspire you with what’s possible in 2013 and help you reimagine your future.
One of the most common questions I get with Getting Results the Agile Way, is whether to keep listing the same Three Wins each day, each week, each month to reinforce them, or to change your wins (which changes what you focus on.)
Improve your success at introducing ideas, driving change, and making things happen getting “Change Patterns” on your side. The Change Patterns from the book, Fearless Change: Patterns for Introducing New Ideas, by Mary Lynn Manns and Linda Rising introduces a language for driving change and introducing new ideas.
Want to respond to change with skill? Here is a collection of change quotes to help you do just that. Learn from Aristotle, Confucius, Mahatma Gandhi, Tony Robbins, and other sages about the art of change.