Be embarassed to ask colleagues who are busy if I can help
Be negative about change and see it as a chance to develop myself
Get annoyed about processes I can't change
Assume all change is negative ...
Assumme colleagues know things that they may not
Engage in speculation
Say yes all the time/take on more work that I can manage
Assume all the team are at the same place in terms of change
Be negative and refer to how things were in the past
Disconnect from central faculty events/networks/issues
Take a narrow view of a situation. Try & understand all aspects/influences.
Forget that colleagues may be struggling
Stress about the small stuff and focus on important tasks with positive outcomes
Moan or be negative
Stop office stretching at 4pm to help balance body and mind!
Let change be a distraction, because it is a constant
Complain that I am too busy at the expense of the rest of the team
Not communicate with other members of my team
Get stuck in a rut of negativity - there is an upward curve on the way
Assume my line manager knows everything that is happening!
Cancel 1:1's and team meetings (even if they have to move
Stay quiet if I think there can be improvements to how things are done
Assume my team(s) are fully informed about reviews/faculty initiatives/departmental changes etc
Allow myself to feel negative
Over promise on work I can't reasonably deliver (time)
Be dismissive of any particular response to change - recognising change curve
Settle for the 'status quo' - (embrace change and value the opportunity)