“The will to survive is not the strongest in human beings. The strongest instinct in human beings is to do what is familiar.”
– Virginia Satir
One of the toughest challenges in your job is to get customers/fellow employees to take action on your new ideas. You have to move them from the status quo to a new point of view yet people don’t like to change. When they resist, how do you handle it? How do you prepare for it?
As you know, Giving up what is familiar is an emotional endeavor for people. In order for people to change, they need a vision that helps them understand the “why” and compels them emotionally so they can accept your ideas and take the right action. Sometimes you will face resistance. What if you could help them overcome their concerns with your new idea?
To help with this, we created the Corporate Storytellers Guide to Managing Resistance
Thursday, April 30th
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- Click here: COURSE CATALOG
- Now you are looking at the course catalog. Once there, click on the thumbnail image you see to the right.
- Click “Get this course”
(Many of you already have logins. Some of you will need to “Sign up” and create a login. If you have any trouble, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
- Click on “Start this Course”
- IMPORTANT: REGISTER for the one session you see. Once you do this, you will have an option to add this event to your calendar.
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