Do you feel overwhelmed or maxed out by change?
Do you feel like you can’t recover from one change before you’re in the middle of the next one?
Is your manager a poor change leader?
These are common experiences but there are things you can do to still succeed, and even thrive, through any kind of change. Did you know that 50-70% of change initiatives fail? I research the brain-science of success and when I explored change, what I discovered astounded me. Several structures in our brain are actually designed to protect us from the potentially harmful results of change making us not only resistant to change, but less effective than normal when faced with change. I’m excited to share my discoveries in my ecourse, the Change Quest™ Model for Individuals, available at Britt Andreatta Training.
The Change Quest™ Model for Individuals ecourse contains the latest studies from a range of sources around the world including top universities and corporations. The truth is that change affects us every day, both at work and at home. Knowing how we are wired to resist change and, more importantly, how to overcome that resistance will serve you throughout your life. If you liked my book,Wired to Resist, you’ll enjoy this course.
Whether you are on the leading or receiving end of change, you’ll find useful tips and strategies you can implement today. There are so many things you will learn in this self-paced course but I want to focus on three.
1. How to assess your change bandwidth and reduce change fatigue.
Think about all of the professional and personal changes you have gone through in the last 6 months. How much change did you experience simultaneously? Were there times when you felt overwhelmed or maxed out? And did you start to feel change fatigue or see it in others? Once you have taken stock of your change journeys, you can be more proactive in how you experience and respond to change.
2. How four key brain structures are activated by the change.
Did you know that our brain sees any change as a potential danger? As a result, we often feel anxiety, worry and frustration, even for good changes that we’re excited about. Change almost always requires that we change our behavior, including where we work or who we interact with. Learn which brain structures are likely to be triggered by a specific change and how you can intentionally mitigate the effects of our biology.
3. Gain the tools and techniques to thrive through any change.
As you use the Change Quest Model™ and tools I introduce in the ecourse, you can develop new habits for moving through change so that you not only succeed, but actually thrive. You can increase your adaptability and resilience, which will serve you with any professional or personal change yet to come.
No doubt about it: change is the one constant we can count on. It will be part of our lives until the moment we take our last breath. And because a change in our modern day has become both intense and relentless, our human biology is being pushed to its limits often driving chaos and confusion. By enrolling in the Change Quest™ Model for Individuals, you can leverage knowledge from neuroscience, biology, and organizational psychology to approach change in a new and better way.