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Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard

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Based on the book "Switch" by Dan and Chip Heath, this session was presented at the 2010 National Leadership SpecialQuest. This version of the presentation is designed for individuals or groups to …

Based on the book "Switch" by Dan and Chip Heath, this session was presented at the 2010 National Leadership SpecialQuest. This version of the presentation is designed for individuals or groups to reflect on change, engage in learning more about the content of the Switch framework, and analyzing a change for inclusion. Periodically, viewers will want to pause the slidecast in order to do these things.

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  • 1. How to Change Things When Change is Hard SWITCH
  • 2. Change Think about a current challenge.
  • 3.
    • Record:
      • Information or data you are gathering
      • How you are analyzing the situation
    Change: Using Your Head
  • 4.
    • Record:
      • Your motivation for change
      • Your feelings or emotions about the change
    Change: Using Your Heart
  • 5.
    • Record:
      • Tension between thinking and feeling about the change
    Change: Head & Heart
  • 6. Change & The Brain
  • 7. Change & The Brain
  • 8. Change & The Brain
  • 9. Change & The Brain The Rider attempts to direct the action
  • 10. Change & The Brain The Elephant has the strength to move The Rider attempts to direct the action
  • 11.
    • In order to effect change you must appeal to the motivation of the elephant and capitalize on the direction of the rider.
    Rider and Elephant Must Work Together
  • 12. The Elephant
    • Strengths
    • Energy, drive, instinctive, love, compassion, sympathy, loyalty, gets things done
    • Weaknesses
    • Lazy, skittish, short-term payoff, does not respond to the Rider.
  • 13. The Rider
    • Strengths
    • Long-term planning, direction
    • Weaknesses
    • Overly analytical, indecisive
  • 14.
    • People problems may really be situation problems
    • Laziness may be exhaustion
    • Resistance may be lack of clarity
    3 Surprises About Change
  • 15.
    • People problems may really be situation problems
    Surprise 1
  • 16.
    • Laziness may be exhaustion
    Surprise 2
  • 17.
    • Resistance may be lack of clarity
    Surprise 3
  • 18.
    • Direct the Rider
    • Motivate the Elephant
    • Shape the Path
    How is the framework related to the surprises? 3-Part Framework
  • 19.
    • Direct the Rider:
    • Provide clarity to reduce resistance
    3-Part Framework
  • 20.
    • Motivate the Elephant:
    • Energize us through the exhaustive task of self-monitoring and control
    3-Part Framework
  • 21.
    • Shape the Path:
    • Modify the environment to make change more likely
    3-Part Framework
  • 22.
    • How might your change process be different if you use this framework to guide you through the change?
    Change Revisited
  • 23.
    • Direct the Rider
      • Follow the bright spots
      • Script the critical moves
      • Point to the destination
    • Motivate the Elephant
      • Find the feeling
      • Shrink the change
      • Grow your people
    • Shape the Path
      • Tweak the environment
      • Build habits
      • Rally the herd
    9 Actions
  • 24.
    • Read story
    • Consider the action illustrated by the story
    • Think about how you would describe that action in your own words
    Exploring the 9 Actions
  • 25.
    • Where have we already applied the Switch concepts in our work for inclusion?
    What You already Do
  • 26.
    • For things to change, somebody somewhere has to start acting differently.
    • Maybe it’s you, maybe it’s your team.
    • Picture that person
    • (or people).
    Imagine Change
  • 27.
    • How will the Switch concepts benefit our work for inclusion now and in the future?
    Applying Switch
  • 28. What is one change for inclusion that we are trying to create? Identifying a Change
  • 29. What is one Switch concept that I will learn more about and use in my own life? Reflection
  • 30.
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