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Zoe Davies said:
Great summary of what seemed a really engaging and interesting talk. I only recently read 'Who moved my cheese' and many of the messages are similar.
13/06/16
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CatherineBaker
Real shame to have missed this talk. I love Damian's focus on what's working (as he correctly points out, human nature is to focus on what isn't working, rather than what is) - we call this looking to the 'bright spots'. Also love the emphasis on engaging people's emotional side when trying to effect change. In our model we call this motivating the elephant, and it is absolutely key to any successful and sustained behaviour change. Rather than the usual approach of Analyse, Think, Change, instead the approach should be See, Feel, Change. A classic example of this: the 'my daddy works here' road signs that you see popping up everywhere. Thanks again for the summary and sorry i missed Damian in action.
14/06/16
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NickRuddock
Nick Ruddock said:
Great run down, thanks for sharing!
23/06/16
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