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Jun 20, 2018

It is not uncommon to find elaborate, well thought through, change plans missing just one 'small' component; the people.

Why does this happen?  Why do some change leaders get so lost in the detail of their planning their planning that they forget to bring the people involved along with them on the journey?

Paul and...

Jun 6, 2018

If you have experienced change in the workplace, you probably have met some people who will only get on board when all the T's have been crossed and the I's dotted. 

It is like they only get involved when someone else has gift-wrapped the change plan, so they don't have to take any ownership moving forward.

Richard and...

May 23, 2018

Sometimes being the victim is easier than moving forward.

Rob and Paul explore why some people become victims in the workplace and how managers can help these people to engage with change in the workplace.


This podcast is part of a series around the myths (the things that often get mentioned but are rarely true)...

May 9, 2018

Change at work can be difficult to deal with, but some people act as if the change is a personal attack on them.

Rob and Paul consider why people occasionally react in such an extreme way and what we as managers can do about it.


This podcast is part of a series around the myths (the things that often get mentioned but...

Apr 25, 2018

If you have ever experienced change at work you will be familiar with the conspiracy theorist that believes that managers know all the answers and are keeping it secret!

Change means rapid learning and dealing with uncertainty, so as managers we are often aware of what we don't know.  Often, it is our best intentions as...