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Blogbook Change

Blogbook Change

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Published by Dave Bradley
This booklet is a compilation of short articles, offering a sometimes light-hearted look at the issue of ‘Change’ from various perspectives. They represent a combination of previously published articles from our popular blog site* alongside some new material written to more fully ‘round out’ the journey!

We hope you enjoy reading them.

*‘What More Can There Be?’ is our blog site and over the past couple of years we have posted in excess of 100 articles on a variety of subjects which we have come across within our training and organisational development work. If you’d like to read more, please feel free at:

www.whatmorecantherebe.blogspot.com
This booklet is a compilation of short articles, offering a sometimes light-hearted look at the issue of ‘Change’ from various perspectives. They represent a combination of previously published articles from our popular blog site* alongside some new material written to more fully ‘round out’ the journey!

We hope you enjoy reading them.

*‘What More Can There Be?’ is our blog site and over the past couple of years we have posted in excess of 100 articles on a variety of subjects which we have come across within our training and organisational development work. If you’d like to read more, please feel free at:

www.whatmorecantherebe.blogspot.com

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Published by: Dave Bradley on Feb 07, 2013
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Change
Articles, Anecdotes and Observations asking
„What More Can There Be?‟
 
 
Introduction
Alright, so apart from death andtaxes, the only other certainty in life
and work is „change‟; and as hard as
we might try (and some people reallytry hard) it cannot be avoided.So what is it about change thatunnerves and discomforts the majorityof people so much? True, thatuncertainty often makes life morestressful and worrying and this in turnaffects our behaviour, attitude andmindset negatively; forcing people torevert to defensive learnedbehaviours. More often than not,human nature compels us to devotegreat energy and effort to protectthe status quo (and our own perceived security) at all costs.
 
But is change always as bad or as threatening as our reactions to it mightsuggest?What if our energies were focused upon seeking the opportunities presented bythe inexorable process of change rather than railing against it?
Make no mistake, nobody is saying that it‟s
always easy or enjoyable,particularly in the current climate of escalating costs, reduced wages, joblosses, organisational upheaval
and worse. But for a moment, let‟s look at this
issue from a different perspective.In this collection of apocryphal blog* articles you will discover:That Einstein was wrong; Not everyone agrees on where you are starting from;The allure of trees; Slide rules are no longer used in exams; 3% of the populationare naturally dissatisfied; Every organisation has Superheroes;
The „Sir Alex‟
Method; The benefits from
not
jumping into canals and... A Status Quo lyric!
 
 
Along with a number of other nuggets of inspiration to help you achieve more.
*„
What More Can There Be?
‟ is our Blogging Site and over the past couple of
years we have posted over 90 articles on a variety of subjects which we have
come across within our training and organisational development work. If you‟d
like to read more, please feel free at:www.whatmorecantherebe.blogspot.com
Don‟t let one
approach or solutionblind you to better options.The 3M Story, 2002

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