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I DON’T HAVE A GARDEN.

These past few weeks have been the most challenging for every single individual globally, from large corporates to street vendors – everyone has felt the pinch financially and emotionally. This has also been a time to see true leaders emerge across the world, and in organisations. One of the challenges leaders have faces is how to stay afloat while supporting…

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EASY-PEASY PROJECT?

When is Change Management REALLY needed? Change Managers often encounter difficulty in gaining support and buy-in from leadership on change activities because a project is deemed straight forward and easy. Tell me if you recognise this example – “we believe that the new system will be such an improvement on the current way of doing things, that nobody would possibly…

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TO ADAPT OR NOT TO ADAPT…

Individual adaptability to constant organisational changes is the new competitive advantage and the new skill of the future. ARE YOU READY TO ADAPT? Increasing competition, globalisation, hi-tech changes, financial disruption, changing workforce demographics, and other factors are forcing organisations to change quickly and differently than ever before. In the last issue we looked at the first of three components of…

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INDIVIDUAL AGILITY AND ADAPTABILITY

Individual adaptability to constant organisational changes Increasing competition, globalization, hi-tech changes, financial disruption, changing workforce demographics, and other factors are forcing organisations to change faster and differently than ever before. The ability to adapt is inherently one of the most captivating capability of any living being, more so humans.  It defines life in all its forms, and how the world…

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BECOMING…

Walking into your purpose… I get this question often … how does one become a Change Manager! Our office is inundated with emails and calls about the journey to becoming a super change manager that not only adds value to clients, but also has a career they are excited about, and be proud of. When a close friend asked me,…

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AIM CERTIFICATION IS HERE!

ARE YOU READY TO POWER YOUR CHANGE WITH AIM? AIM IS A CHANGE MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK THAT FOCUSES ON IMPACT VERSUS ACTIVITY! Managing Change has become more important as the workplace become more agile, digitized and more demanding for the workforce to keep up! We Give You the Know-How to Get Change Done. Fast! Contact us today  on Info@changeagility.co.za Gone are…

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9 TIPS FOR HIRING THE RIGHT CANDIDATE TO FIT YOUR CULTURE

HOW CAN YOU BE SURE YOU ARE HIRING THE RIGHT CANDIDATE FOR THE JOB? REFER TO THESE 9 TIPS WHEN SELECTING AN EMPLOYEE TO RECRUIT FOR SUCCESS. When it comes to hiring the right candidate, employers need to keep in mind that you are not hiring a skill set but a person. Companies must aim to recruit for success, as…

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TRANSITIONING INTO THE DIGITAL AGE, AND THRIVING!

In the midst of the digital age, many companies are finding that they are grappling with implementing aspects of the customer-centric experience. However, employee centricity is becoming increasing important, especially during a company’s transition into a digital workplace, making clear communication crucial. Embracing change in the digital age As a company embarks on the journey to shift perceptions and embrace…

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WHY CHANGE MATTERS?

In all honesty, any self-respecting business advisor/coach will tell you to never start a consulting business. There are so many other ways to make money in the world, and consulting is right at the bottom of the list of “best businesses to get involved in”. For one, you are not actually selling anything, except yourself and possibly a couple of…

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CHANGE MANAGEMENT FOR PROCUREMENT PROFESSIONALS​​​​

In my mind, I see a line.  And over that that line, I see green fields and lovely flowers and beautiful white women with their arms stretched out to me, over that line. But I can’t seem to get there no matter how. I can’t seem to get over that line.  That was Harriet Tubman in the 1800’s. You cannot win an…

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