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Resistance -“Employee behavior that seeks to challenge, disrupt, or invert prevailing assumptions, discourses, and power relations.” Most business leaders are intimidated by change and the resistance it brings within the organization because they do not understand how to gain information from and overcome resistance.

Albert Einstein:

Albert Einstein “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.”

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INDIVIDUAL RESISTANCE Individual Resistance Selective information processing Habit Fear of the unknown Security Economic factors

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ORGANIZATIONAL RESISTANCE Organizational Resistance Threat to established resource allocations Structural inertia Threat to established power relationships Limited focus of change Threat to Expertise Group inertia

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Sources of Resistance to Change Ignorance: a failure to understand the situation or the problem Mistrust: motives for change are considered suspicious Disbelief: a feeling that the way forward will not work “Power-Cut”: a fear that sources of influence and control will be eroded.

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Sources of Resistance to Change Loss: change has unacceptable personal costs Inadequacy: the benefits from the change are not seen as sufficient Anxiety: fear of being unable to cope with the new situation.

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Sources of Resistance to Change Comparison: the way forward is disliked because an alternative is preferred Demolition: change threatens the destruction of existing social networks.

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Types of Resistance Functional Resistance: critically assessing whether change will lead to improvements exploring the personal consequences of change . Dysfunctional Resistance: avoiding dealing with urgent and pressing issues declining to work on what really needs to be done.

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Types of Resistance Functional Resistance: feelings of regret, anxiety or fear to a previous history of non-disclosure and poor working relations. Dysfunctional Resistance blaming and criticising without proposing alternatives sabotaging change non-collaboration with others.

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