The Three-Step Change model developed by Kurt Lewin consists of which of the following: (select all that apply)

The Three-Step Change model developed by Kurt Lewin consists of which of the following: (select all that apply)

  • Change should be introduced as a three-step process.
  • After unfreezing, change is introduced
  • Freezing refers to people’s refusal to change no matter what
  • Distractors and Fence-Sitters represent the toughest challenges when it comes to change
  • “Unfreezing” prepares people for impending change
  • Refreezing allows the new change to become the regular way of doing things

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