While we all experienced Covid-19, our experiences are our own. We lived this year very differently than any year in recent history. There was so much uncertainty, so many unknowns and the changes just kept on coming.
We have all heard the phrase “ Curiosity killed the cat”. Can you think of a time where you may have reminded someone of the phrase, perhaps because they were being too inquisitive and asking too many questions?
Knowing that the new normal continues to evolve and that change will continue to be part of our day to day, it’s important to know that while you can’t change the different aspects of the pandemic, you can choose your perspective.
The objective of Change Management and Change Leadership is to realize the expected business results and outcomes. It is creating space for employees to adopt new habits, behaviours and beliefs, ones that last long after launch day.
This year, there is so much more to consider than school supplies, uniforms and resetting our personal goals. Whether you are returning to the workplace or supporting your children in returning to school, individually our brains will be expecting the familiarity of the past.