Understanding the Satir Change Model

In this week's episode, Ricardo talks about Satir Change Model, created by family psychologist Virginia Satir, considered the mother of modern family psychology.

The podcast has a business focus, even though it was created thinking in the family environment. The model became widely used in the business context change process.

The model tells us that, despite the final result of the change being positive, in the improvement process, there is a phase where things become worse before they improve.

Ricardo mentions the 5 phases of change: Late Current Status, Resistance, Chaos, Integration, and New Status Quo. He also considers that these five steps can represent all change processes.

Listen to this week's #5minpodcast and understand better about this model, a good tool that Ricardo uses a lot in driving change.