Autonomy, mastery, and purpose power the transition processes throughout our lives. When any of the three gears are not functioning properly, transitions can become extremely difficult, usually ending in the status quo – continuing to do things the way they have always been done, doing the ‘same old same old.’
Autonomy – having some control and responsibility in various decision-making processes that involve your work or personal life.
Mastery – using the strengths and talents that energize you and having the opportunity to increase your competencies.
Purpose -engaging with your world in meaningful and rewarding ways.
My role – helping individuals and organizations balance and leverage all three areas throughout the transition process – once again, “making change stick.”