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Fake Change and a syndrome

I used to get all wild-eyed and red in the face at just the mention of Change Resistance and Change Fatigue.  After many deep breaths, patient guidance from people like Joanne Rinaldi, Heather Stagl and Daryl Conner and a few years of bashing into brick walls head-first, I am better ...
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How to explain my job in OCM: The Grandmother version

I used to get all wild-eyed and red in the face at just the mention of Change Resistance and Change Fatigue.  After many deep breaths, patient guidance from people like Joanne Rinaldi, Heather Stagl and Daryl Conner and a few years of bashing into brick walls head-first, I am better ...
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Monkey See Monkey Do – Leading by Example

What does a child doing karate chops after watching a Kung Fu movie have to do with leadership? Read to find out the humanistic element of Mirror Neurons. Whoops, this is for members only. Login to view content. Not a member? That's easy. Become Change Seeders, Change Booster or Change ...
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Turning ‘being adrift’ into an adventure: Part 2

This is Part 2 of a two-part series on leading yourself while ‘adrift’ from an organisation. In Part 1, I broadly covered the potential for learning and growth when in a state of limbo, like what many are experiencing during the Pandemic of 2020. The series continues … Being in ...
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Where to start with training

What you need to know about change management training, courses and programs

Possibly the most common question I get asked is "what training or course do I need to do to get into change management". And for a long time there has been stock standard answers that I'm not sure I've always agreed with. In my heart of hearts I don't think ...
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Welcome to the Hub 2.0

What’s in the Hub 2.0 and future plans (and governance update for those who care)

Ok, this is a pretty big update. It’s been a HUGE couple of months and it’s hard to believe that we only launched the Hub in May! So much has happened!! Here’s the links to jump through if you’re want to skip bits 🙂 I get it, it’s a big ...
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Turning ‘being adrift’ into an adventure: Part 1

The 'pandemic of 2020' has disrupted our personal and work lives. For some, this disruption has been to be cut adrift, to be untethered, from an organisation or employment. So much daily structure, personal identity, and validation comes from having a job. To be adrift is functionally unsettling:  routines are ...
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The three cor agile change capability and four core practices

Let’s Demystify Agile Change Management

Agile change management has been a hot topic for a while now. There’s a lot of content around on why we need agile change management and we’re seeing more linear models circulating. Yet, we see less content on the activity that is carried out by agile change professionals. Now, as ...
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Business and Technology partnership why is it so important to create a thriving Agile transformation?

Enterprise Agile transformation has become a leading strategic agenda for many industries. What is the key ingredient for this transformation to work? Whoops, this is for members only. Login to view content. Not a member? That's easy. Become Change Seeders, Change Booster or Change Grower now.
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It’s hard to be human

They say a change is as good as holiday. Try telling that to a change fatigued workforce and you’ll see a very human reaction from the crowd. You can be as agile as you like but if you forget to be human too, you’re not going to have the outcome ...
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