Qualities that Facilitate Change
By: Morgan
August 1, 2022
facilitate change

In the midst of a huge movement in our country, many are unsure of how to help, what to do, or how to process. Each of us has a unique skillset and ability to make a difference in our society. These are just a few of the hard-hitting qualities that help facilitate change and encourage others.


Good communicators who have work to project positivity toward the people around them are likely to motivate and inspire others. Motivational people try to see the bigger picture and keep their eye on a vision of hope for the future.


Having a heart of empathy and a willingness to care for the needs of others is what makes a compassionate person so important and helps greatly to facilitate change. Being able to put yourself in another person’s shoes allows for an increase in understanding of differences in people.


An independent free-thinker is unstoppable. Those who are unafraid to disagree with the opinion of another bring variety and new perspective to a conversation. It’s easy to join the crowd—much more difficult to consider an unpopular or uncomfortable idea and speak up about it.


Those who persevere under pressure and can speak to difficult experiences are powerful when they share their stories. In the face of adversity, we are all forced to either buckle under pressure or grow stronger. Those who exhibit this resilience are an inspiration to those around them.


Finally, the willingness to put aside pride in order to listen and learn from those with different experiences is an amazing quality. While confidence is necessary to enact change, humility provides balance and thoughtfulness to the conversation.

These are just a few of the qualities that help to facilitate change and when applied to daily habits can help improve your relationships significantly!