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Of course, without first noticing, change is very difficult, if not impossible. Noticing is a prerequisite to growth and learning.
If you were to engage in one intentional act every work day for a whole year, you would have repeated that one thing 250 times.
So, what makes a good behavior change commitment? Make it measurable and specific—and make it small and important to you personally.
Front line workers know what KPIs they’re being evaluated on, but typically lack understanding about how they are linked to the overarching strategic goals.
For organizations that are seeking changed behavior, tapping into the power of habits is an effective strategy for ensuring that change sticks.
If you’re serious about making a change, for your organization, your team, or yourself, make an investment of your time and your energy to make it happen.