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Bringing about Meaningful Change - 2007

In 2007, after years of facilitating processes to vision and implement ‘progressive’ change, and continuously aiming to achieve better outcomes, I designed a paradoxical approach that has proved to be amazingly effective. It is based on ‘boldly lying about a change that one has implemented’ (that one has not, in fact, implemented).  I repeatedly find that whereas visioning about ‘improved’ futures tends to be compromised by one’s accumulated (unhealed) psychological wounds, and vulnerability to current contextual limitations, this kind of ‘ bold lying’ invariably by-passes these undermining influences, and generates futures thinking that is closer to the participant’s ‘real’ (deep/core) values and priorities.  Through questioning, these creative ideas are then connected to actual past initiatives, and next, doable steps are clarified and planned (in great detail); and a commitment is made re a meaningful ‘guaranteed’ (doable) first step to implementation.  At subsequent meetings, progress is celebrated and any difficulties resolved.

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Emeritus Professor Stuart B. Hill, Foundation Chair of Social Ecology,stu mirror 
School of Education (includes previous School of Social Ecology & Lifelong Learning),

 

Western Sydney University (Kingswood Campus)
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Email: [email protected] Web: www.stuartbhill.com

Founding Co-Editor: Journal of Organic Systems: www.organic-systems.org 
Latest PPTswww.stuartbhill.com & http://www.scribd.com/doc/55937783
Latest YouTubeswww.wakeupsydney.com.au/Interviews/The-SandboxSyndrome
http://youtu.be/mzY1eZLwOdkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdAWokEU64M & 
http://www.rr.ualberta.ca/en/SeminarsandLectures/BentleyLecture/StuartHill.aspx