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  • KURT LEWIN’S CHANGE THEORY
  • Force Field Analysis: Driving Forces  Driving Forces are forces that push in a direction that causes change to occur.  They cause a shift in the equilibrium towards change. .
  • DRIVING FORCE
  • Force Field Analysis: Restraining Forces  Restraining forces are forces that counter driving forces. They oppose change.  Restraining forces cause a shift in the equilibrium which opposes change
  • RESTRAINING FORCES
  • Force Field Analysis: EquilibriumEquilibrium is a state of being where driving forces equal restraining forces and no change occursEquilibrium can be raised or lowered by changes that occur between the driving and restraining forces
  • Kurt Lewin’s Change TheoryConsists of three distinct and vital stages: “Unfreezing” “Moving to a new level or Changing” “Refreezing”
  • “UNFREEZING”
  • “Unfreezing”Involves finding a method of making it possible for people to let go of an old pattern that was counterproductive in some way
  • “MOVING TO A NEW LEVEL”
  • “Moving to a new level”Involves a process of change in thoughts, feeling, behavior, or all three, that is in some way more liberating or more productive
  • “REFREEZING”
  • “Refreezing”Is establishing the change as a new habit, so that it now becomes the “standard operating procedure.” Without this stage of refreezing, it is easy to backslide into the old ways.