For well over 100 years, the workplace and environment in which we work has constantly evolved along with the skills and approach that has been required of managers and leaders of organisations. I have argued in this article that we can confidently anticipate that employees will be motivated
by methods that involve the whole person, not just one aspect of them as people.
Journey of Leadership in the Workplace, iCroner (June 2014)
For decades, it has been agreed that change is a constant. So doesn’t it stand to reason that before a change or crisis happens, an organization should have the ability/resilience to transform?
Why Should Anyone Care About Your Change, Workplace Insight Magazine (October 2022)
Whenever I first meet a potential client or am brought onto a new change project, there are three questions I ask: why, why now and why should anyone care about your change?
Hybrid Working and How We Escape the Constraints of Leadership, Workplace Insight Magazine (April 2022)
What are the constraints, the “ropes”, of organisational change? They are a mix of the internal and external, the hard and soft – covering everything from industry regulation through to layers of company policy and customary practice, but what’s being constrained?
No More Workface,
AECOM Blogs (August 2014)
The ABChange Model doesn't tell leaders how to lead change - it shows them how to lead change effectively. When faced with company upheavals and external re-modelling, such clarity is invaluable.
Lead Behaviour, Coaching at Work (July 2012)
To really invoke change and enable people to adopt to a new way of working, this paper highlights the role of communication, what is change management and gives a demonstration of the ABChange model which enables leaders to manager their people effectively through change.
Successfully Managing Change in the Workplace, Corporate Real Estate Journal 8.1 (October 2018)
Is change your friend or your enemy? If you are a young person leaving home for the first time and are excited about the prospects of striking out on your own – change is most likely your friend. But if you are the parent, watching your child leave the nest, and your close protection, then change could very possibly be your enemy.
Is Change Your Enemy or Your Friend? Workplace Insight Magazine (July 2022)
For the future workplace, I started to think that leaders and managers may not only need to look to define boundaries from a task perspective, but also in a behavioural and personality arena.