…don’t have the courage to confront the ongoing, unresolved cultural conflicts and frictions in your organization.
…if the resistance to change at scale from the organization and even individuals is too hard to address.
…if your fellow employees who should be your allies, cannot be motivated because of internal, intrinsic factors that you can neither understand nor appreciate.
…if you are struggling with explaining to yourself how you continue to “fit” in the culture you’ve become used .
…if you attend in-person trainings, read books, try new methods and techniques, and still nothing changes.
…if you think that you have been patient long enough for change.
…if you have given up on changes happening and are now comfortable and familiar with the lip service that the overall organizational culture pays to change.
Then, you might be ready to take the courageous, risky step of changing the culture that you are in one percent at a time.
Change, driven internally by friction and conflict, always happens slowly at first (sometimes taking years) but then arrives all at once, to everyone’s surprise in your culture.