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.



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 



Join our CEO, Steffi Jackson, and Board Member, Tamsin Shaw, for a walkthrough of the new Member Hub and the new features available to you as part of your membership. 

Our new member engagement platform is now live!

Find out more about:

  • Our new online Member Community Forums where you can connect with fellow members on topics of interest
  • Where to find a range of member-exclusive resources
  • The Live Feed where you can keep up to date with what’s happening in our community – news, events, articles, recordings, member offers
  • How to finalise your member profile and settings (privacy, messaging, notifications)

This will be an interactive session with plenty of opportunities to ask questions.

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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:

  • A change maker’s real-world insights
  • Tools and mental models you can start using straight away 



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.



Organisations are increasingly dealing with culture crisis during these post pandemic times. Change has been amplified at an unprecedented level these last two years, leaving many organisations vulnerable and challenged in adapting to the new norm. 

Traditional risk and business continuity practices often involve scenario-based exercises which are commonly built on events that are measured as high probability, high impact, such as cyber and natural disasters.

RiskLogic, specialists in organisational resilience join us to share their insights on how they have been changing the theme to consider more difficult conversations, that of cultural and moral responsibility. Reinvigorating these scenarios provides depth and diversity in the dialogue with, and education offered to, clients by applying real case examples of culture crises, like icare NSW and the developing stories coming out of organisations like Rio Tinto and Ansell. 

Non-compliance to modern day slavery, abuse in the workforce, racism, sexual harassment, and discriminative workplaces have also been concurrent events smouldering under the blanket of the pandemic. It’s becoming clear that leadership teams need to continue to work as hard on managing culture as they do the pandemic.

Expand your professional change management toolkit through an engaging conversation with Malka Bakes, General Manager & Michael Wells, Principal & Head of Region at RiskLogic. During this session they will: 

  • Provide insights into what constitutes a crisis and areas that require further education/training  
  • Uncover the link between corporate culture and crisis management readiness, response and recovery plans
  • Discuss how to prepare leaders to act now before it’s too late
  • Share practical tips on what change practitioners can do to support / enable the above. 


Times are

  • 8am BST
  • 5pm AEST
  • 7pm NZST



Join us for a conversation with author, consultant and Humu’s Content and Communications lead Elisabeth Fosslien, about how she has helped leaders and their teams to harness emotions effectively at work.

The Change Management Institute’s Global Voices series promotes and shares the latest research and thinking in international change management. Regardless of where you are based, you have access to the voices that shape the profession around the globe. The Global Voices series is available to our Members only.

Join us for a conversation with author, consultant and Humu’s Content and Communications lead Elisabeth Fosslien, about how she has helped leaders and their teams to harness emotions effectively at work.

Liz is the co-author and illustrator of Big Feelings and No Hard Feelings, which explores emotions at work and how they can help us succeed. Dispelling the myth that there’s no place for emotions at work. She has combined her passion for exploring this topic with creative and original illustrations that perfectly portray everyday work life.

After realising how unhappy she was at work, Liz set about to understand: Why shouldn’t we be able to show emotions at work? How do we talk about what we’re going through? The modern workplace can be an emotional minefield, filled with unwritten rules about how much of your personality to reveal.

Liz will talk with us about tapping into our emotions and how to become an emotionally fluent leader, sharing practical tips about improving our wellbeing, establishing better ways of working and improving our influence within our organisations.


Times are

  • 5pm EDT (17th)
  • 10pm BST (17th)
  • 8am AEDT
  • 10am NZDT


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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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