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Change is everywhere and an everyday part of life. At the Change Management Institute, we are a vehicle of change; we are the voice of change management and we are your voice in our profession. We help you excel and stay at the top of your game, constantly learning and adapting as the profession itself evolves.
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In celebration of the recent release of the 2nd edition of the Change Management Body of Knowledge (CMBoK™), we are hosting a monthly workshop series to collectively discuss each chapter and bring it to life with practical examples and tips and tricks.
Hosted and facilitated by our chapter committee members Leah McKerrow, Jay Curtis, Neville Henderson and Penny Newbiggan this event will have lots of variety, including:
Viewing change and transition through a personal, team, leaders’ and organisational lens. What are some insights and tools that work?
Something is broken in the way we run today’s organisations. Somehow everyone senses that how we run our organisations and manage change is stretching us to our limits.
The great resignation, significant levels of burn out, economic pressure, global pandemics and disengagement higher than ever – we must think about our work and the transitions we’re experiencing in different ways.
Join the Tasmania Chapter for this interview style conversation to explore transition from a personal, team, leaders’ and organisational perspective.
Hear from Nic Stephen – a leadership coach, facilitator, cultural strategist, senior executive, chairman and stroke survivor – and learn from his insights and tools. Nic will be interviewed by Louisa Vanderkruk, Tasmania Chapter Lead.
Join us for this session to benefit from:
In today’s VUCA world, our success in leading change depends upon our ability to effectively address the human aspects of change. A powerful resource that assists in realizing success is the “Science of Hope”.
During this interactive session hosted by the USA chapter, our guest speaker Christopher Freeze will discuss the three tenets of Hope and how we can reclaim it in our organizations by using a practical framework that will be introduced during our time together.
Our time will be a highly collaborative experience where you’ll get the chance to meet and interact with peers.