Help Needed: Change Resistance Research at UWE Bristol
Has your organisation undergone a change recently that has affected you? Or have you been responsible for delivering a change at work?
If so, maybe you can help us with some research being done by the University of West of England (UWE) that we are supporting. We’re looking for around 150 people to take part in a short (10-15 minute) survey looking at attitudes to change in the workplace. It’s straightforward to complete and fully confidential.
The student, Katherine Reader, is on the MSc Occupational Psychology programme at UWE. The research forms a key part of her final dissertation; it’s exploring individual attitudes towards change and the extent to which this contributes to change resistance.
If you are willing to take part then please just click the link below and complete the survey. You have the option at the end to add your contact details if you would like to receive a copy of the final dissertation once it is complete.
Click here to take part in the survey
If you know anyone else who would be applicable then we’d be very grateful if you could forward the link to them. Please do get in touch with me directly using the contact details below if you have any questions.
Many thanks for any help you can give
Mark has over 25 years’ experience of fast paced transformational change, often in highly complex and political situations. He co-founded Applied Change 10 years ago with a clear purpose to push the thinking on human behaviour and human centred change. Most recently he’s been working closely with University of the West of England (UWE) Psychological Sciences Research Group to develop simple, practical models and tools that re-orientate our approach to business change, starting from the human perspective.