The Control of Consequence

Consequence’ is a dominant force that acts upon us: our sense of ‘formal’ consequence, that which is applied by and within the hierarchy, and ‘social’ consequence, that which is applied by our community itself. Of the two, i suspect that social consequence is the most significant driver, or moderator, of individual behaviour. Today, i’m #WorkingOutLoud to share an extract from ‘The Change Handbook’, looking at ‘consequence’ as one of the 32 Resisters and Amplifiers of change.

The Control of Consequence

Actively understanding, and varying, consequence, can be a useful tool in change.

The Sphere of Consequence

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About julianstodd

A learning and development professional specialising in e-learning and learning technology.
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