Jenyfer Johnson

I have to agree with Denise.

It’s one thing to resist change just because you don’t want to change…but to question it because you want to understand it or you think something about it is wrong or could be done better is “resisting” for the right reason.

People too often take a bad rap for questioning change and are told they are not being team players, when all they are doing is looking for answers or trying to improve the change. It then becomes the people who are implementing the change that are immoveable/unbendable and resistant to change. Not a good situation. This is why so many people don’t buy into changes. They are sold to us “AS IS” and take-it-or-leave-it and don’t question it. That’s not the way to encourage people to change.