Most change looks at how organisations change and ignore the individual. This booklet looks to redress that balance by proposing a model of change that closes the past whilst acknowledging what worked. Creating a vibrant vision of the future and helping identifying first steps/actions.
Using Personal Construct Theory as a guide which places individual meaning and sense making as the main focus it provides change agents with some useful tools and techniques for managing change.
For some one who grew up and lived within 2 miles of his birthplace (a little village on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales) for the first 17 years I've more than made up for it in later life. I was in the RAF for a couple of years and saw Germany (a place I love), Malta, Cyprus, Sardinia, the US and lots of western Europe.
Most of my jobs have involved travel of one sort or another (both in the UK and abroad)! I'm now a leadership development specialist and deliver training mainly to companies in the UK as part of bespoke personal development courses.
I've organised/attended/delivered papers at conferences in the UK, Europe, and the US, as well as delivering development training in Singapore (one of my leadership development 8 day courses has been translated and delivered in Norway and Vietnam by the customer).read more