0818 | Finding, Creating, and Using Thresholds to Create Change with David Gray

0818 | Finding, Creating, and Using Thresholds to Create Change with David Gray

Having been involved in a lot of well-intentioned innovation and change initiatives in industry, government and small businesses, Dave Gray noticed that people have an astonishing ability to miscommunicate and misunderstand one another, and often work at cross-purposes to the very things they are trying to accomplish. In 1993 He founded XPLANE, the visual thinking company, to help people develop shared understanding, so they can make better, faster decisions, and work better together to create more lasting, sustainable impact. In this interview, we discuss what’s blocking many people from making lasting change, and how to overcome it.

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In This episode, You’ll Learn:

  • How to break through organizational resistance to change
  • Why it’s important to be aware of your position as it relates to your competitors
  • How to work around your blind spots

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David Burkus is an organizational psychologist, keynote speaker, and bestselling author of five books on leadership and teamwork.

2 thoughts on “0818 | Finding, Creating, and Using Thresholds to Create Change with David Gray”

  1. This sounded very interesting, but I couldn’t hear the interviewer making comments or asking questions. Could it be re-engineered and re-issued?

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