It’s Sunday morning and I’m flying home to Boston. A 9-hour flight via Frankfurt, it gives me the whole day on to read, listen, think about things and work. I’ve got some books with me, a few podcasts, and a few half written ideas and other things to keep me busy.
Settling in for the journey, I listened Ted Talk that I liked enough to share.
It’s called “5 ways to lead in an era of constant change” and given that we’ve just done an organisational change over at Reward Gateway recently, it caught my eye. It’s by a guy called Jim Hemerling who is billed as an organizational change expert.
Jim talks about how excited we often are when we’re involved in personal change, such as learning a new skill or setting out to achieve something. But conversely how negatively we often view organizational change.