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This summer I finally made the leap to get our Capillary Values created formally. To no longer be an informal, Read more
This year we are seeing a significant amount of conversation around terms like, “the future of work”, “back to the Read more
I’ve often had this said to me before people get to know me… “You are very opinionated and challenging, aren’t Read more
As we move forward into 2022, we may feel a range of emotions related to the current health and resultant Read more
I am feeling joy. I am feeling encouraged. I am feeling… grateful. The above three emotions were the result of Read more
Ever wondered how it would feel if you could box up all your emotions and hide them away? It’s strange Read more
I’ve seen emotions in myself that lifted me and also disappointed me. I have seen others demonstrate almost caricatured alter Read more
Emotions are funny ole’ things... but it seems more frequently we hide, cover, stop, or push them aside. Read more
This ever-growing portfolio of transformation needs change professionals to keep adding capabilities to their toolbox, developing deeper intervention practice and Read more
I am very aware that change has significantly affected everyone this year. It’s been a tough 2020. The conversations I’ve Read more
This is a very personal take on the current state of the world. I do not apologize for its content Read more
I recently shared my thoughts on the change space, via video, with the audience at https://www.forandringsledning.com/konferens - a Swedish change Read more
I’ve started this blog post 3 times already but playing with the ups and downs of the year is a Read more
For some time, I’ve been having this conversation that an agile organization, is an organization that is much more resilient Read more
Sometimes the role is confusing… Sometimes we mess up… Sometimes our communications fail… Sometimes we get it right… Sometimes we Read more
Verb, adjective and noun – which sends the greater shockwave through the mind of the change practitioner? Why is the Read more
About 6 years ago I first starting consciously noticing the Agile word coming up in many of my professional social Read more
As I come to the end of the year I have chosen to reflect back on the journey I've navigated, Read more
I’ve faced several challenges writing this second article in the series about leadership and change. To fully explore this next Read more
Its been a little over 2 years since I first posted about Change Agent networks, the role of Change Agents Read more
I've recently returned from the great Berlin Change Days event. An awesome couple of days over a weekend focused on Read more
I attended the ACMP Regional Conference Canada in Toronto just over a week ago. It's probably taken that much time Read more
Far too many times I have conversations that start by asking what methodology I use for change management. Typically, this Read more
5 tips for a healthy diet this New Year Whatever your New Year’s Resolution, a healthy and balanced diet will Read more
I’m always interested in exploring the true human elements of change management. بوكر اونلاين I regularly have the conversation with Read more
Big bang or slow n steady change - which do you prefer? For most people they say that incremental is Read more
I've been watching with the interest a recent up tick in comments about LinkedIn losing its MOJO. It generally stems Read more
I've seen a lot of chatter about mindfulness recently. It seems to be "in fashion" right now. I have seen Read more
Recently I've had a few people ask to meet with me to understand what I do. Now beyond my initial Read more
I’ve been playing with this conundrum for some time: “Do change managers make good change leaders or do change leaders Read more
So my last post was a little saccharine coated in terms of the reasoning to do the certification but having Read more
Since I launched my certified change agent (CCA) program one of the most common questions I get asked is "why Read more
My previous two blog posts have very much focused on the negative frustrations, ambiguities and misrepresentations of words and phrases. Read more
Continuing the conversation from my last post, I will begin with a statement that will probably annoy the most people Read more
Have we short changed ourselves? Have we undervalued or underplayed our hand of cards? Should we be rebranding? What am Read more
We’ve all been there when something hasn’t gone quite as expected. In our personal lives we accept misfires, setbacks and Read more
I repeatedly hear that change is getting more and more complex, more and more frequent and more and more rapid. Read more
I’m still amazed how many times I have a conversation with a potential client that includes some or all of Read more
How are you Developing Change Agents in your organization? You know those people placed to support a change, but continue Read more
I was recently fortunate enough to visit Stratford Ontario for a couple of performances in their Shakespeare Festival. This got Read more
"Has change management hit puberty?" An interesting comment made at the recent ACMP Global conference ‘Change Management 2014’. When I Read more
What is the best method of describing the organizational culture? You've got all the information, positive and negative comments, qualitative Read more
Last time I talked about organizational culture and what it means. Now, so many times senior managers in an organization Read more
I have had a few conversations recently where the culture question has come up. Now I am not talking diversity, Read more
I was recently thinking about fairy tales, legends and other fantasy type stories. تحميل لعبة طاولة مصرية 31 It crossed Read more
I recently worked on an engagement in China. The core activity was an analysis of the companies HR and organization Read more
Guest Post on "Change Whisperer" - Gail Severini's Blog. كم عدد اوراق الكوتشينة STRATEGY EXECUTION METHODOLOGIES SERIES. POST 3Click here Read more
It is that time of year when most of us will soon be going through the ritual of the Bi-annual Read more
Pictures can be created in the mind. Sometimes I like to relate change experiences to something the audience can relate Read more
I was recently reminded of the number of graphics and particularly things like change curves, charts and other line or Read more
I was involved in a brief twitter exchange today and it got me thinking how we define a change enabler. Read more
So the festivities of the holiday season are now upon us and for many people this will be an opportunity Read more
Following on from my previous blog post, I am now going to share more insight from the magical wonderland that Read more
I have been away on vacation. Yes even I take a break from work. Part of the trip away involved Read more
Although there are many definitions floating around for change management, I have found myself frequently referring to change management as Read more
Anyone who chats with me about change management and is aware of my career background should be well aware that Read more
Why your workspace is important Orla Hodnett HireHive The office environment can drastically impact the way you work and even Read more
Dental Health Essentials: Best Oral Hygiene Practices for Healthy Teeth and Gums Keep your mouth healthy at home. Tooth enamel Read more
Online Video Advertising Guide: How to Use Video to Drive Business Results Not too long ago, digital video was a Read more
I, like many other people have been challenged this past week with the way Facebook has changed its layout and Read more
I always consider the words destructor and destroy from which it is derived, as extremely emotive words and evocative of Read more
If only it was as easy as saying “resistance is futile” [Star Trek fans will be familiar with this phrase]. Read more
These people are the change reactors are like the best. I know you shouldn’t have favourites, but these are the Read more
A resume is more than just a list of job roles, qualifications, and skills. It’s a sales document, highlighting your Read more
Whenever a change activity is announced there are four ways that people can react to the news. Enthusiastic Accepting Resistant Read more
Change Management properly focuses on the people of the business experiencing change. That is ensuring they are ready for the Read more
Thinking of all your standard questions, how, what and why is probably best followed by when. I’ve done recent posts Read more
I have been asked a number of times to describe what a business gets from using a change management professional. Read more
Last year I did a short piece comparing change management to conducting an orchestra. I was fortunate to get some Read more
It’s been a while since I’d refreshed my mind with the wonders of John Kotter and his 8 steps for Read more