Events

We offer a diverse and engaging series of virtual and in-person events for all members of the change community. We look forward to welcoming you!

Attend member-exclusive speaker events, seminars & workshops (in-person and virtual) and podcasts designed to help build your change capability and skills. Meet global like-minded professionals to exchange ideas and find a local or specialist network to suit your needs. All our virtual events are recorded for on-demand exclusive access for members.

AUG

10

Join the UK chapter and our guest speaker Annette Andresen of Marlowe Consulting to explore, discuss and listen to real life examples on how to apply the right change tools in different situations.

Do we need a different approach if the programme is taking an agile or waterfall approach, if it’s a local small change or a global enterprise wide change?  Through conversation we’ll explore how you identify the variables that need to be considered, and how to select the right tools based on those variables.  

During the session we will consider change leadership – does leadership need to change for different types of change delivery?  What behaviours are expected from leaders when leading a transformation and how does leadership need to adapt in different situations? In smaller groups we will discuss how change managers can help leaders to succeed.

There will be time for questions, discussions and networking.

AUG

16

In this session hosted by the New Zealand chapter we will unpack what change impact assessments can contribute to the initiative and how to optimise the use of this information.  

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: 

  • A case study 
  • Scenarios and practical application 

SEP

9

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.

Free Event Recordings

Are you curious about some of our virtual events and podcasts? Please see a selection of our recent recordings at the link below. 

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