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what are the many different forms of change

within organization, individual, community

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what are the steps for managing change

assessment/diagnosis
planning
interventions
evaulation

3

what is a change agent

leadership skills
communication skills
make others away of the need for change
input and involvement from the target group affected
implementation require coorperation

4

what is lewis three phase change model

process of change occurs when groups or individuals are dissatisfied with the status quo
must assess the group of individuals readiness to accept change and determine what factors may be effective in brining about the change

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what is the definition of restraining force

those thought processes, feelings, values, attitudes and norms which prevent change

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what is the definition of driving force

those thought processes, feelings, values, attitudes and norms which encourage and propel change.

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what is the definition of 1. unfreezing

assist the group or individual to become ready to seek change
increase the driving forces that direct behavior away from the status quo
decrease the restraining forces that hinder movemnet from the status quo
combination of these two approaches

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step 2 in lewins change model change

after unfreezing the change is introduced
allow time for the change to occur

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step 3 of lewis change model refreezing

establish a new stability or status quo

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what is prochaska change theory

precontemplation
contemplation
preparation
action
maintenance stage

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what is precontemplation

not intending to make changes within the next 6 months

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what is contemplation

considering a change within the next 6 months

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what is prepation

making small changes in preparation for a change in the next month

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what is action

actively engaged in strategies to change behavior, lasts up to 6 months

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what is maintenance stage

sustained change over time, behind 6 months after action has started and continues indefinitely