This article – originally in German Language on LinkedIn received already more than 9000 views, 400 likes and about 70 valuable comments and more than 1000 re-shares (yes I am a bit proud) Sebastian Kolberg kindly provided the translation here:
- Why is change so difficult?
- How can an organization meet the challenges of the digital age?
- What can I contribute to this?
Not a few ask themselves these questions. Here are some personal thoughts and the hope to encourage you to swim against the current more often!
No, this is not a call to revolution, but a well-intentioned inspiration,
to start with yourself,
no matter if you are a board member, team leader or employee.
Everyone can change the world – (mehr …)
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„Rebels“ are usually seen negative as people not taking rules for granted. Today we face so many things – which seem so wrong, not solved or just not yet developed or thought of. In such times rebels are needed to „stretch“ our borders, to widen our view, to create new impulses – to walk on roads, no one has taken yet.
Why – because we are seeking answers – new answers, because things change and early adopters, evangelists and other passionate people are needed to open the doors to a better future. …sounds maybe like from a Hollywood movie, but sorry no – I love to change my world… and I love to see others doing that. Of course it does not mean to break the law – but using todays possibilities to do things in a new way. In my projects I try to look at things in the most „basic“ way – „common sense“ is a very good coach – and even so „everyone knew it does not work that way – it sometimes needs one to just do it“
Let me share this absolutely great video of Celine Schillinger (French woman of the year 2013) and her „Diversity“ project. After watching this – you might stop arguing about things and start becoming a rebel too: (mehr …)