Over the last few months I’ve been working with a small group of managers from different divisions of a multinational organisation. Over the time we’ve worked together they’ve been able to make great things happen mainly as a result of shifting their mindset and beliefs about what they can and cannot do and owning their own ability to make… Read more »
Monthly Archives: July 2015
I’ve written a lot about behaviour change in the past but with so many new readers, I think it’s worth sharing my thoughts on this topic once again. Any activity that we initiate to help us modify our thinking, feeling or behaviour is a change process.
Over the last three weeks we’ve been looking at the subject of changing behaviour, self confidence and triggers (the stimuli that influence our behaviour). I asked you to think about the ‘shoulds’ and ‘musts’ that you might believe and might have believed for years – many of our beliefs are influenced by our parents or early authority figures… Read more »
Over the last couple of weeks we’ve been looking at the subject of changing behaviour and self-confidence. This week I want to think about triggers. This is such a key topic that Marshall Goldsmith has written a whole book about it!
Last week I wrote about some of the reasons that we don’t change despite saying that we will. Maybe we say we’ll be more organised, more assertive, less impatient….. and so on. And yet…. nothing changes! Sometimes it’s because we don’t know how or where to start. Often it’s because we ‘don’t have time’ (this is the… Read more »