Free – Round Table Discussion on Change Management – Private Sector – 13 Dec 2016
In our Round Table Discussion Series we bring together groups of senior leaders and influencers in a Chatham House Rules setting, to provide the opportunity to hear from your peers, share opinions, discuss challenges and recent industry trends, and share learning and suggestions. Who knows, someone may have the solution you seek. Or simply hearing that someone else has the same challenges, can be a relief in itself!
Often The Round Table Discussion environment is also a great opportunity to connect in a small interactive setting with your peers in the Private sector.
We invite you to join us at the next Round Table Discussion on Leading, Implementing & Resilience to Change:
When: Tuesday 13 December
Where: Shang Room (Level M), Christie Offices, 3 Spring Street, Sydney CBD
Across all agencies in the Private sector it seems that change is everywhere. And it’s constant, unavoidable and ongoing. Change fatigue seems prevalent at all levels. And it all looks like it’s here to stay!
Traditional Change practices don’t appear to be effective under this constant barrage. We clearly need to look at alternative solutions and better ways of coping.
Better leadership and management through the change process isn’t a ‘nice to have’, its critical. Many leaders are also struggling to cope with the constant change, and better resilience skills are needed everywhere. In this process, Neuroscience can help, and we’ve seen it bring great insights and results.
Our CEO Simon Smith will lead you through the basics of Neuroscience, and explain to you how this can be applied in the Change process of an organisation. And we’ll ask you to share your thoughts and experiences, so we can learn from each other as well!
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, or would like to hear more about the Discussion Series, or our services.
To register for this complementary event please e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (places are limited)
We look forward seeing you on the 13th December!