Employee engagement during change

It's been a while since my past post on employee engagement. It seems to be a topic that gets me a little cranky. So it was some-what amusing when I was asked to participate in a panel at the World PR Forum in an IABC track on employee engagement and change. Always up for being the contrarian on a panel. Except as it turned out we were all in agreement really. Violent agreement.

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Change Communication and Engagement – Lessons learned

It was a great evening back in September for the Change Management Professionals Melbourne meetup at The Honey Bar in Melbourne focused on communication, stakeholder engagement and change We had a particularly insightful ice-breaker. The group broke into pairs […]

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Dry July: Changing Behaviours

It’s that time of year again when the Dry July people prompt you to sign up again. And while I have been lazily crowdsourcing my decision making process via Twitter and Facebook, I probably knew all along that I […]

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Dear Reader: 5 tips for introverts during change

How do introverts communicate to the masses? 5 points to making life easier for an introvert in change

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The Transformation Treasure Trove: FAQ

Wow. I mean wow. Thank you SO much. Yesterday, I launched my first e-book, “The Transformation Treasure Trove – 40 Nuggets of Change Management and Communication Gold”, and what a day! It has had a great response, and I […]

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Book review: The Dialogue Gap

A couple of years back I had the great pleasure of seeing Peter Nixon speak at the IABC World Conference in Toronto. It prompted me to revisit my own work on dialogue and a fabulous interchange occurred on a […]

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Content Curation for Change

Content curation is the new sexy buzzword on the block.  It’s popping up all over the place with the recent fervour around pinterest firmly securing it as a skillset or a capability that may need further consideration. I imagine the […]

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Meeting mania? 7 points to consider.

A friend was lamenting recently the amount of time wasted in meetings. While the use and style of meetings is often culturally bound (both corporate and country culture), the manner in which they are carried out is often less effective […]

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