Leadership week 7 chapter 9
Lewin’s model outlines three steps for effective change: Unfreeze, Change, and Refreeze.
Unfreeze: The first step of Lewin’s model is to recognize the need for change and create a sense of urgency in order to motivate people to make necessary changes. This involves identifying areas where change may be beneficial, understanding current perspectives on the situation, and exploring any potential resistance that may arise from making such changes.
Change: During this step, new behaviors are introduced and implemented in order to reach desired goals or objectives. It involves creating strategies to address identified needs as well as laying out plans on how best they will be achieved. This can include establishing systems/processes that support these efforts going forward.
Refreeze: The final step refers to reinforcing the attitudes and behaviors associated with the newly implemented change by providing feedback loops which allow individuals/groups involved an opportunity for ongoing evaluation of their progress towards achieving desired outcomes. It also includes developing mechanisms for maintaining long-term sustainability of hard-won successes over time . Ultimately, through this process one can achieve a comfortable outcome wherein changes have been successfully made having addressed all pertinent issues related thereto as well as adequately preparing those affected by it for what lies ahead post-implementation accordingly