I’m the founder of Conversations of Change and delighted to see you here.
You see, I’m absolutely committed to raising the bar of change capability in organisations. Way too many do it badly, and that just has to stop!
I’m a life long learner and a former educator (university lecturer) – I live by the adage: “As I teach, so do I learn, as I learn, so do I teach“.
I did my PhD back in the early 2000’s and on the domains of continuous change, employee receptivity and change communication. A bit of a mouthful really! And I’ve worked in change, like *really* worked in change for twenty years now.
You’ll often find me at conferences that have nothing to do with organisational change. I think it’s really important to expand your knowledge beyond your specialisation. Long live the T Shaped career!
So help yourself to the articles, podcasts, e-books, and my newsletter ‘Change Nuggets’ – they’re all free. If you want to take it to the next level, head to my shop and have a look at the webinars (coming), workshops, and of course my book. If you want me to speak at your conference or organisation, the Newsroom might help you too.
This post is a bit of a sobering one. It’s the culmination of a series of conversations over the last couple of years. I think we, as change practitioners, have hit a really precarious time. Although this post is probably addressed to more experienced change...read more
Thought I would touch on the topic of perceived control this time. Perceived control is a very important construct in acceptance of change. So often you hear that people just don’t like change. I take issue with that. People don’t mind change if managed or...read more
Hear ye, hear ye! Announcing the inaugural #changeblogchallenge!! You know how I bang on a bit about change practitioners need to share their wisdom more in order for organisations, managers and leaders to understand what good change looks like? Well Heather Stagl...read more
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