It's an Inside Job

Change Management Unleashed: A Deep Dive with HR Expert Neil Hanley.

November 20, 2023 Jason Birkevold Liem Season 4 Episode 21
Change Management Unleashed: A Deep Dive with HR Expert Neil Hanley.
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Change Management Unleashed: A Deep Dive with HR Expert Neil Hanley.
Nov 20, 2023 Season 4 Episode 21
Jason Birkevold Liem

I'm joined by Neil Hanley, an HR and change management expert. We explore change as a superpower for shaping a better future, emphasizing pattern recognition and self-awareness in adapting.

We discuss how individuals' personalities, stress tolerance, and strengths influence their response to change. Control and influence play a crucial role in managing change, with a focus on providing people with a sense of control and time to process it.

Neil highlights the power of storytelling in engaging people during change and encourages challenging perspectives for personal growth. We touch on self-care, productivity techniques, and strategies for handling change, including thought records and memory reconsolidation.

The episode concludes by stressing the overlap between change and resilience, advocating for embracing change and crafting a new normal. Developing the ability to control change and allowing time for processing are key.

Listeners are urged to see change as a superpower, enhance storytelling skills, prioritize self-care, and seize growth opportunities. Neil Hanley's insights leave us inspired to thrive in our ever-evolving world.


Chapters

0:00:09 Introduction to It's an Inside Job podcast
0:00:45 Embracing Change: The Only Constant in Life
0:03:14 Introduction and background of the guest
0:07:32 Pattern recognition and adaptation to change
0:10:33 Embracing Change with Self-Awareness
0:14:39 Three Key Points about Change: Diversity, Control, and Time
0:21:10 Change and Engagement: The Power of Visualization
0:26:18 The Importance of Stories in Change Processes
0:29:30 Challenging the narratives around change
0:32:34 Turning frustration into action
0:35:04 The Power of Patterns and Adapting to Change
0:37:35 Helping People Understand Their Inner Dialogue
0:39:58 Questioning Interpretations and Finding Alternative Perspectives
0:45:07 Balancing Support and Challenge for Optimal Performance
0:49:54 Starting with self-coaching and the importance of thought records
1:00:31 Recalling and Reengineering Memories for Emotional Processing
1:06:27 Gamifying Change and Building Resilience Skills
1:10:25 Appreciating what we had and seizing opportunities for improvement
1:15:18 Delving into the Power of Storytelling and Resilience

Neil Hanley's  contact information: 
LinkedIn:        https://www.linkedin.com/in/neilhanley/
Website:        https://www.hanley.no/

CONNECT WITH ME:
webpage:   www.MINDtalk.no
Instagram  @itsaninsidejob_MINDtalk
LinkedIn:    @JasonLiem
Twitter:      @MINDtalkCoach
Email:           mindtalk@email.com

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I'm joined by Neil Hanley, an HR and change management expert. We explore change as a superpower for shaping a better future, emphasizing pattern recognition and self-awareness in adapting.

We discuss how individuals' personalities, stress tolerance, and strengths influence their response to change. Control and influence play a crucial role in managing change, with a focus on providing people with a sense of control and time to process it.

Neil highlights the power of storytelling in engaging people during change and encourages challenging perspectives for personal growth. We touch on self-care, productivity techniques, and strategies for handling change, including thought records and memory reconsolidation.

The episode concludes by stressing the overlap between change and resilience, advocating for embracing change and crafting a new normal. Developing the ability to control change and allowing time for processing are key.

Listeners are urged to see change as a superpower, enhance storytelling skills, prioritize self-care, and seize growth opportunities. Neil Hanley's insights leave us inspired to thrive in our ever-evolving world.


Chapters

0:00:09 Introduction to It's an Inside Job podcast
0:00:45 Embracing Change: The Only Constant in Life
0:03:14 Introduction and background of the guest
0:07:32 Pattern recognition and adaptation to change
0:10:33 Embracing Change with Self-Awareness
0:14:39 Three Key Points about Change: Diversity, Control, and Time
0:21:10 Change and Engagement: The Power of Visualization
0:26:18 The Importance of Stories in Change Processes
0:29:30 Challenging the narratives around change
0:32:34 Turning frustration into action
0:35:04 The Power of Patterns and Adapting to Change
0:37:35 Helping People Understand Their Inner Dialogue
0:39:58 Questioning Interpretations and Finding Alternative Perspectives
0:45:07 Balancing Support and Challenge for Optimal Performance
0:49:54 Starting with self-coaching and the importance of thought records
1:00:31 Recalling and Reengineering Memories for Emotional Processing
1:06:27 Gamifying Change and Building Resilience Skills
1:10:25 Appreciating what we had and seizing opportunities for improvement
1:15:18 Delving into the Power of Storytelling and Resilience

Neil Hanley's  contact information: 
LinkedIn:        https://www.linkedin.com/in/neilhanley/
Website:        https://www.hanley.no/

CONNECT WITH ME:
webpage:   www.MINDtalk.no
Instagram  @itsaninsidejob_MINDtalk
LinkedIn:    @JasonLiem
Twitter:      @MINDtalkCoach
Email:           mindtalk@email.com

Tags
episode, change, Neil Hanley, expert, HR management, change management strategies, pattern recognition, adapting, self-awareness, control, influence, storytelling, challenging thoughts, embracing change, superpower, practical tools, success, navigating, organizations

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Sign up for the weekly IT'S AN INSIDE JOB NEWSLETTER

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Introduction to It's an Inside Job podcast
Embracing Change: The Only Constant in Life
Introduction and background of the guest
Pattern recognition and adaptation to change
Embracing Change with Self-Awareness
Three Key Points about Change: Diversity, Control, and Time
Change and Engagement: The Power of Visualization
The Importance of Stories in Change Processes
Challenging the narratives around change
Turning frustration into action
The Power of Patterns and Adapting to Change
Helping People Understand Their Inner Dialogue
Questioning Interpretations and Finding Alternative Perspectives
Balancing Support and Challenge for Optimal Performance
Starting with self-coaching and the importance of thought records
Recalling and Reengineering Memories for Emotional Processing
Gamifying Change and Building Resilience Skills
Appreciating what we had and seizing opportunities for improvement
Delving into the Power of Storytelling and Resilience