At the start of any initiative, one can feel a buzz in the air. There is an energy where people are excited for the prospects ahead. With that excitement often comes expensive software, new materials, trainings, and endless meetings. Eventually, the momentum wanes and improvements fade into old habits. Shifting the culture of an organization and implementing a new initiative is a journey; one that takes patience. Simplify the process and focus on the small steps that lead you towards your goal. The changes will come with simple daily steps. Once you find what works, do it again. Improve upon it. One day, you will survey your organization and instead of shadows of innovation, you see a community transformed with employees who are invested in bettering their environment.
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