Personal Strategy and Change Readiness

Jehiel Zif

Abstract


Guidelines for developing personal strategy are based on strategic concepts for business and a framework of well-being. The notion is that effective strategy has to balance a deliberate and specific plan with an evolving strategy of change as a result of new opportunities and threats. The set of personal objectives to be prioritized are a modified version of flourishing components in positive psychology. Alternative life styles are presented based on the objectives. The building blocks of the strategy are borrowed from the Balanced Score Card methodology. The paper emphasizes the importance of personal strengths in choosing initiatives for action. The approach to change is constructed by three variables of change readiness: trigger identification, preparation for action and mode of action.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v8i1.8659

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