Two quick tools for change-makers

Whether you’re considering joining our Summer School in January, setting personal objectives for 2015 or planning some quiet world changing, here are two tools for a kick-start. Each has a more detailed version for you to download and explore.

Beginning with a WELL-FORMED end in mind…

Five quick questions to check the quality of the objectives that you’re setting are:

  1. Is it an ENDS goal, or have you been trapped into thinking that the process of getting there IS the goal?
  2. Is it a VALUES based goal with at core of passion to power it? What does your goal mean to you in your life and WORK?
  3. Is it a POSITIVE GOAL, or are you describing reducing or avoiding something?
  4. Is it a goal you can make a MOVIE of? What will you be seeing, hearing and feeling when you achieve your goal?
  5. Is your goal an INTEGRATED goal? Will it work well in the whole of your life?

Download the worksheet here…

Dimensions of change-making…

Depending on our context, we can miss out on some key dimensions of change-making. This quick quadrant model can yield some key insights:

Dimensions of change-making

Download the model here…

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About Leigh


Leigh is the principal of the business innovation practice Balance3 and her clients have included corporations such as Amcor, National Foods, Dair, SPC Ardmona, Kobelco, Corporate Express and New Balance as well as a range of smaller businesses and individual clients.