Personal Change

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Write a three- to four-page paper (not including the title and reference pages) describing the concept of a Force Field Analysis (FFA) and then creating an FFA on an issue in your life that you would like to change. Describe how the restraining forces impede your progress and develop an intervention strategy to enhance the driving forces to make change possible.

You must use at least two scholarly sources, in addition to the text, and format your paper according to APA style guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

Instructions: Develop a force field analysis to anticipate different types of support and resistance a consultant might encounter during a feedback meeting.


Personal Change
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shellyt
School: University of Virginia

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Running head: PERSONAL CHANGE

Personal Change
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PERSONAL CHANGE

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Change is paramount in life. People make choices to change certain situations in their
lives for the better. When such types of change occur, they tend to be geared towards
improvement of a person’s life. However, to make a personal change is not a walk in the park.
This is because when a person decides to make a certain personal change, there are forces which
act against the will to make the change. Apparently, it becomes important to understand the
driving and restraining forces which one expects to face in making the change. This paper,
therefore, seeks to explore the concept of force field analysis in detail and creating a force field
analysis on my personal change while explaining both the driving and restraining forces which
will be involved in the personal change.
Force Field Analysis
Force field analysis is a change management technique that was propounded by Kurt
Lewin. Lewin came up with this concept to be utilized in social situations when a change is
needed. Force field analysis shows and analyses the driving forces (helping forces) and the
restraining forces (hindering forces). Acco...

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