These are the slides from Module 4: Making change happen
This module brings together themes from earlier modules and examines ways of bringing your aspirations for change to fruition. We will look at the NHS Change model and the energy model and consider the importance of balancing different types of energy and recognising the need for both extrinsic and intrinsic motivation.
Why change efforts often fail to achieve their objectives
What happens to large-scale change efforts in reality?
Leaders and their role as ‘signal generators’
10 key principles of large-scale change
Intrinsic vs extrinsic motivation and drivers
What is the NHS Change Model and how does it align with the above?
How can you build both intrinsic and extrinsic motivators of change into your efforts?
How can you managed the tension between the two?
Building energy for change
What is energy for change?
What are the five energies?
Characteristics of the high and low end of the energies
What is an energy for change profile?
Creating shared purpose
What is our approach to change?
What is the value of a shared purpose?
How to avoid de facto purpose?
Questions and call to action
Questions for reflection:
How can I make the most of both intrinsic and extrinsic aspects of change?
How can I build energy for change for the long haul?
How can I ensure shared purpose throughout my change process?
What can I do tomorrow to accelerate change?
Call to action:
Reflect on how you can use both intrinsic and extrinsic motivators in your practice as a leader or agent of change.
Seek to ignite energy for change in everyone involved in your project.
Build commitment to shared purpose in all your change efforts.