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Making Change Work – How to "Flourish not Flounder" with Tracy Cooper and Maria Nolan

  • Host Brett Antonio BEC Feed Solutions (map)

Many business leaders are in the throes of disruptive change.  You know you need to change things in your business to ensure you stay relevant and profitable but the ‘how’ is often not that clear.

We believe ‘every project is a change, and every change is a project’.  Keeping this in mind, every change/project needs a process to make it work.

Have you ever seen:

  • Projects going over time – problems sticking to the schedule, budget and timelines?
  • Managers and supervisors who resist the changes you need to make happen, slowing the project down?
  • People who say they are ‘on board’ but ‘white ant’ the process behind the scenes?
  • People who won’t engage in the new way of doing things purely because of how badly projects have been done in the past?

In this session Tracy and MAria will explore the ‘how’ of creating change that lasts, providing you with the processes and tools to help your people become engaged with the change, so they become part of the making the change happen not the cause of its failure.

OUR SPEAKERS, TRACY COOPER & MARIA NOLAN

Tracy Cooper and Maria Nolan founded SeeChange Consulting in 2001 with a common goal to help support individuals and business grow and prosper through change

Tracy and Maria have a passion for learning and are expert facilitators in the areas of change, business leadership and strategy. Together they launched SeeChange Consulting with the drive to turn theory into practice. Using their action learning approach, underpinned by their enviable expertise in Prosci Change Management methodology, they have been creating programs that have brought major change to the lives of individuals, businesses and communities for almost two decades.

TEC members are high-integrity business leaders from a diverse range of industries who meet monthly to support each other and address the challenges of leading in these increasingly uncertain times.

The speaker session is the first part of a monthly all-day meeting and is attended by between 14 and 16 people. During the afternoon, the TEC members continue with their Executive Session. Our speakers are subject experts focused on stimulating active discussion with the group.

Attendance at TEC meetings is for business leaders only and by invitation and subject to space availability , please click here and register your interest

 

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