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The Five Stages of Grief is the basis for many change models. The Five Stages of Grief model, developed by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, includes denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
In no defined sequence, most of these stages occur when a person is faced with the reality of their impending death and applies to survivors of a loved one's death as well. The hypothesis was first introduced by Kübler-Ross in her book On Death and Dying, which was inspired by her work with terminally ill patients.
Our Rollercoaster of Change model is built upon Kübler-Ross' work, as well as others.
It has five phases:
Everyone goes thru the first two phases.
At the hang-in point people can exit the organization, stay in anger & depression, or continue onto hope & readjustment and rebuilding.
Click here to see the Rollercoaster of Change model: Rollercoaster of Change
Individuals will move thru the phases at different speeds depending upon many factors including:
A client shared a video briefly explaining the five stages of grief: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dbofp_bgdzI I hope you enjoy it!
I teach and coach on handling change. Contact me Valerie.MacLeod@HainesCentre.com
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