THE IMMUNITY-TO-CHANGE PROCESS: WHEN CHANGE IS HARD TO MAKE.

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Why is change so difficult, even when our clients are genuinely committed to it? What can we do to support them to succeed in changing?

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Through reading & interactive discussions, participants will learn how:

• Understand what a psychological immune system is and how it operates

• Gain a picture of the process for how to diagnose a psychological immune system

• Learn a couple of ways to begin the process of overturning an immune system

• Consider how immunity-to-change work can impact individual development, work relationships and organizational culture

Why is change so difficult, even when our clients are genuinely committed to it? What can we do to better support them to succeed in changing? The Immunity-to-Change (ITC) process is designed to enable individuals to identify assumptions they currently hold that are likely to interfere with their personal effectiveness. This chapter introduces the ITC process, illustrating how it works with examples of client work. Readers can gain their own powerful picture, or "diagnostic," of the systematic way they unintentionally work against the wanted behavior (this is what we call the "immunity to change"), and what they can do to disrupt that system.

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