If you’re tired of finding yourself on the couch with a can of Pringles watching Outlander instead of rolling out your yoga mat in the back row of class like you’d intended, this is for you. If you’re inwardly cringing as you watch yourself take over the agenda and help your team see the wisdom of your solution disguised as a “Let’s brainstorm!” discussion, despite your sincere intention to be more collaborative, this is for you.
I was lucky to learn about Immunity to Change 9 years ago, back when Dr. Lisa Lahey and Dr. Bob Kegan were still training people themselves on the Harvard campus. I spent two days diving deep into their ground-breaking work. First, as you might have guessed, we dove into our own stuff. In the company of people from four continents and a variety of professional fields, I opened up my heart and mind to my partner and showed them my deepest insecurities: that I wasn’t good enough, that my business would fail, that I’d be publicly humiliated, and more.
And wow, my mind was blown when my personal Immunity to Change was revealed. Read more