5 Qualities Change Leaders Need

Earlier this month I had the great pleasure of speaking at the 13th CEO & Chair Symposium in Hobart. I had been asked to provide my thoughts on how leaders of associations can juggle the duties of transformation and […]

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Choose your own change adventure!

One of the unique aspects of ‘Conversations of Change: A guide to implementing change’ is that it is delivered in the structure of four adventures. This means it caters for managers who are in different scenarios and you get to […]

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Can’t manage change? Puhlease…

So this week Tim Creasey, Chief Innovation Officer of Prosci had a bit of a rant about the likes of the people who like to claim “Change Management is dead”, those that protest “Change Management is obsolete”. It was a […]

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2017 Year in Review

My Year in Review Wooooooeeeeeeeee. Now that was a year.  Yet again, I’m starting an” end of year’ review post with “wow that was big”. Which has me wondering why I am always surprised. And what would a small […]

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In retrospect

A few folk have asked me about change fatigue recently.  Y’know, that feeling that grows and starts to overwhelm when your workplace has gone through relentless change, often at breakneck speed. Or so it seems. It’s often followed closely by […]

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Seven Deadly Sins of Analytics

Far out! How much has data analytics become part of our every day life? As organisations and businesses move more towards agile structures and practices, as we as individuals become more focused on personal branding, the need to work with […]

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Webinar: Want to work in change management?

A new webinar! I’m trying something new (change is good right?!!) Here’s the thing, I am ridiculously and satisfyingly busy at the moment and it means I don’t have as much time to do the one-on-one coaching with people who […]

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8 tips on leading through downsizing and restructures

Last week Andrew Thorburn, CEO of one of Australia’s big banking giants announced 6000 jobs to go. It cast a pall over the profits announced, and generated much cynicism and fatigue in those who work for NAB. As one of […]

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