I’ll share some of my own experiences with change… what worked, what didn’t… and most important: what I learned on that journey.
Given some sort of crisis: can you relate to that ambiguous desire to “actually do something” while, at the same time, feeling an urge to “just hide under a blanket until this is over”? I can.
Crises always bear something new, something that wants to be uncovered and tended… besides all the easily visible “unwanted” things that come
along. When we humans find ourselves in uncertainty, we all too often find ourselves oscillating somewhere between ‘numbing’ and ‘over-action’.
So, as change supporters, as leaders, what can we do?
What can I myself do to support other human beings through change?
What can I do, is a question I asked myself A LOT of times “just for work” with teams in organizations. Now in a crisis of a magnitude like the ongoing pandemic this question got a whole different scope.
This keynote will take you on a little journey, I’ll share some of my own experiences with change… what worked, what didn’t… and most important: what I learned on that journey.
Be prepared to do less… and be more.