Change (reflecting our sincerity and integrity)

 When CHANGE takes place, people in authority (who are against changes) will feel pressurized and perhaps having their egos challenged.

Then their true self will reveal itself through their actions of defensiveness and verbal attacks on small issues that clouds the overall winning possibilities. No plans are ever perfect ….. and one can find flaws if they wish to even on the best well conceived plans !! Easily too !!

One can then judge if there are elements of sincerity and integrity in one’s actions ; to support or reject change. Often, in the winds of change, we (who do not resist change) will find our true direction, support and friends …..

Is it about preserving one’s dignity, maintaining self esteem ……… which are ok …. …………….. versus wanting popularity and being vain ………

People can see our actions …… and certainly one’s ACTIONS will surely speak louder than one’s words ….. (positive or negative).

17 April 2011 @ 6.30 pm

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  1. change is such a tricky subject. i have resisted change as i see the end result as pointless.

    e.g. under the cloud of process improvement, individuals who have been tasked with such responsibilities and having 100000 of dollars spent on them harass staff about why a calculator is left on the table / not putting stickers to lable lap top and phone “lots”/ dictating what is useful or not useful to be placed at the staff’s table etc etc and if one argues agaist it, one is seen as not adaptable to change….

    another example is where mangement have been “sold” systems that are detrimental to a business and seeks to remove anyone who resists such systems when in fact that individual could be acting in the best interest of the organization?

    in conclusion, change being beneficial is too general a comment as i sometimes see those who are for the change does so coz they are getting direct benefit from it (e.g. flying all around the world on company expense) or are boot lickers just wanting to sing the song of management.

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