How do you Deal with People Reluctant to Change?

In this Transformation Dialogues video, Ann Blythman interviews me to learn how to deal with people who are reluctant to embrace change and who can be obstacle to progress.

I discuss the importance of understanding why people oppose change and practical techniques to illuminate objections, move past them and deal with stubborn naysayers.

We discuss the importance of organisations embracing failure as a learning mechanism and how this can transform culture and where to put focus for best productivity. I highlight the huge hidden costs that organisations can face when they don’t understand or know how to handle this and the role this plays in creating firefighting cultures where change becomes impossible because no-one has time.

I hope you enjoy this video and more that follow soon in the Transformation Dialogues series.

Tom Sedge discusses how to deal with people who are reluctant to change with Ann Blythman
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