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Changing at work is a human experience | September Chapter Event

Business Acumen

 

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Learn from a practitioner who has worn both Project Management and Change Management hats in Higher Education projects, as they take a human-centric experiential view of organisational change.

 

Overview

When an organisation makes changes, people experience ‘changing’. The experience of changing is different for different people, and effective change-making requires a balance between addressing individual and collective responses and needs.

The management of change can be thought of as a whole, or a series of experiences people have. Experiences can be shaped for positive affect with imagination, creativity and a deep appreciation for psychosocial human factors. Drawing on a design sensibility, a fresh perspective can be applied in how to see, understand and treat people when changing in organisational contexts. Creating a meaningful experience of change benefits the current change and better prepares people for participation in future change initiatives.

This event is a hybrid event! Come and hear Helen share about a project where university staff had a changing experience, with strategic and tactical elements that may surprise and even enchant you about what's possible. Tap into her wisdom and insight to raise your stakeholder engagement game in projects anywhere.

 

Takeaways/Lessons

Challenge your understanding about what Change Management could be, and gain insights and guidance to help you:

  • Collaborate more effectively with Change Management practitioners
  • Shape up a project that factors in quality Change Management activities
  • Engage more creatively with stakeholders impacted by change
  • Appreciate the human experience of changing-making

 

Speaker Introduction

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Helen Palmer

Helen Palmer is a Human Experience Guide with Timbs and Co, based in Brisbane. Helen has over three decades experience in influencing changing workplaces in Australia, Japan and NZ - which includes a few universities! She has a reputation for cleverly balancing the realities of business with the complexities of people on projects of change. Like a Swiss Army knife of expertise, Helen performs her magic through facilitating, advising, designing, teaching, coaching and writing.

She was previously on the Global Board of the Change Management Institute, and is an Accredited Change Manager Master. She is the creator of the innovative tools, Change Design Principles Cards and Value Exchange Cards, which can have profound impact on conversations and perceptions in organisational change initiatives.

She mixes theory with deep experience and creative approaches to provide everyday people with pragmatic advice they can implement - and it's flavoured with a dash of originality, and a sprinkling of kindness.

 

Connect with the speaker

E: helen@timbsandco.com

W: www.timbsandco.com

 


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

If you have registered online we ask that you please respect your online commitment as there is venue space limitations. To ensure that you can make the most of this event, we request that you arrive at the venue on time.

This event is a hybrid event. You can attend either in-person or join us via ZOOM online. After registration, you will receive an invoice email with the attached online meeting link.

Refunds: You may request to cancel your registration for a full refund, up to five (5) working days before the date and time of the event. We will do our best to accommodate your needs.

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Information

Type of category: Chapter Event

Type of activity: Business Acumen

Date: 15 September 2022

Hour: 17:30 to 20:00

Registration close date: 15 September 2022 at 18:00

# of PDUs: 1

Price

Members: $25.00

Non members and Guests: $45.00

Location

Talent International

Level 21, Central Plaza 2, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane QLD 4000, Australia

Brisbane, QLD, 4000

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