Responses to change


Responses to a major impetus for change vary. Although some persons think that resistance to change is “natural,” everyone seeks some change. The key is whether or not the change is perceived as being helpful, neutral, or hurtful. This is an important point, because it indicates that resistance to change is only a sympton. It only tells us that the individual or social systyem resisting the change perceives it as being on balance, harmful rather than helpful. Thus, resistance can be viewed as a signal that further diagnosis is required rather than something automatically to be overcome. The conclusion is not shared regarding the need for a major change and all of the risks this entails.

 

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