Remember, people support what they help to create. People seeing their ideas incorporated in the planning process, as well as in the plan, and seeing their objections at least considered in its development, will build support for its endorsement and create campus readiness for its successful implementation.
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We already tried once that before. Our people are overcommitted already. How do we know it will work? The trustees will never agree to this. We already have a program that will do this. The faculty will object. We need more information.
Other things are more urgent. We already have a plan for doing that. No need to reinvent the wheel. This sounds risky. What if we fail? Three key steps to overcome resistance when presenting a new idea: Build your case for change on data. You will need facts that convince your audience that living with the current situation is not an acceptable option. This can be framed as risk what we can lose or as opportunity what we can gain or a combination of the two. Either way you need to create urgency. Build and support for your idea among key decision makers before presenting it.
Seek information as to what they like or dislike as well as to uncover hidden reasons for killing it off. Use your findings in the finalizing the presentation. Present the plan as an initiative that you endorse, while asking for leaders to help think through the best ways to improve its presentation and successful implementation. Present the idea in a plan format that translates features into benefits.
Demonstrate the value of the change both to the individuals involved and for the institution as a whole. When people see the intended end-results and how the institution and they will positively benefit, most resistance will melt away. Leading Change Check List How you respond to the following questions will determine if your campus is ready to change: Have I made the case for change strongly enough?
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