Dr. Nicole Tschierske

The Value of Your Work

Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. So does value.

When I started working in Change Management, I often asked myself if what I’m doing actually has an impact.

Don’t get me wrong, I knew the statistics and evidence *rationally*.

That projects without proper Change Management tend to
– create confusion and disruption in the business
– fail to truly deliver the promised ROI

… but …

knowing something intellectually and understanding it viscerally are two different things.

The main difference to me for understanding the value of my work (and the personal strengths I bring) came through asking my colleagues for feedback.

I did that end of 2021 – about four years after I started leading the change management efforts in a number of programmes.

Now I know. Makes it much easier to lead the same work for new programmes with conviction.

This distinction shows that the value of our work isn’t a theoretical exercise. It’s the judgement of those we serve with our work.

The slides below break down the 4 variables that contribute to the value of our work.

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