Positive Change Model

Change is the lifeblood of an organization — it’s the catalyst for progress, innovation, and growth. Unfortunately, most organizations fail to adapt and transform.

The traditional problem-solving approach to change — finding what is wrong and fixing it — seeds a negative mindset. It sucks everyone’s energy focusing on what’s broken — there’s blame and division rather than motivation and engagement.

We need a new paradigm.

Our Positive Change approach seeks what is right in an organization. It identifies and amplifies what’s working –– we energize people and move them in the direction of what they most desire.

A positive approach is not being naive, neither denying issues –– it helps reframe problems into more interesting ones.

Five Principles for Creating Positive Change:

1. Appreciation encourages participation

Focusing on the positive creates a long-lasting appreciation mindset. It promotes integration rather than division. People start seeing change as an evolution—they want to build something bigger than themselves.

2. Open conversations drive discovery

Dialogue not only invites participation but helps uncover what’s working. Appreciating the positive is not a celebration of the past, but discovering the foundation to build the future.

3. Questions create change

Leading with questions rather than answers move us from certainty to possibilities. The moment we start asking a question, we begin to create change.

4. Positive images inspire positive action

Visionary leaders are optimistic--they see the future by combining both imagination and wisdom. The more positive and inspiring their image of the future, the more motivated their team will be.

5. Positive Cultures lead to positive transformation

We grow in the direction of what we persistently focus on. Positivity liberates possibilities and growth to benefit the people, organization, and community. A positive culture creates belonging and purpose.

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