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Re-branding of our own businesses – change in action!

Published on November 22, 2014 by admin in Strategy

A change practitioner leads change in so many ways for differing organizations, yet not often for their own. The task of re-branding ‘business en motion’ has presented a great learning curve and many insights, whilst celebrating our first decade’s results. The following are some tips I would share:

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a change that brings more change!

Published on April 21, 2014 by admin in change

Working in the arena of change is both challenging and rewarding. It is often said that during change, workplaces can feel as if it’s 3 steps forward, then 4 back. And in those ‘4 steps back’ times, sometimes referred to as the ‘knock-on effect’ from change, what are three suggested actions to take?

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keeping each other honest in the business world!

Published on July 21, 2013 by admin in Leadership

A new study shows that CEOs are doing a lousy job when it comes to people management. The study, focussing on C-suites and corporate boards, found that both CEOs and boards are overly focused on the bottom line, at the expense of mentoring and engaging their boards. Let’s face it – when we speak of succession within the top ranks of corporations, how many CEO’s have evolved from an HR background? Perhaps we may see VP of HR become CPO (Chief People Officers) yet few become CEO’s. Why is that? Are people not an equal part of the business?

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people join organizations but leave their managers!

Published on June 17, 2013 by admin in Leadership

Why are corporations spending so much money, time and effort on new programmes and technologies to increase staff retention when the answer is right in front of our eyes – pure and unadulterated care, growth and connection to purpose and service, the same that keeps we ourselves engaged. Leadership is the one and only global retention strategy I stand by!

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understanding the dangers of ‘training’ in the workplace

Published on June 2, 2013 by admin in change

‘We, the general public, stand to experience [this type of disaster] again’, says Mr David Learmount, International Air Safety Specialist, commenting on the simple yet fateful disappearance of Air France Flight 447 along with its 228 passengers and crew into the Atlantic Ocean on May 31, 2009. He based his comment on the profound and daunting reality that a pilot really only flies the plane for 3 mins of longhaul flying time – the remainder is entirely in the hands of computers alone!

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leadership is the REAL corporate social responsibility

Published on May 9, 2013 by admin in Leadership

Reducing carbon footprint, supporting developing nations, donating to orphanages – are these really corporate social responsibility initiatives or simply the outcomes of focussed goals? By definition, each of the words has its own individual impact ….

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look in the mirror and question assumptions

Published on March 25, 2013 by admin in Leadership

‘Because my fry-pan was always too small to fit the whole fish in’, exclaimed the great-grandmother when questioned why she habitually removed a fish head and tail before frying! For how many more generations could the cooking method remained the same if not for that question!

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Let’s Innovate!

Published on January 15, 2013 by admin in Corporate Culture

Let’s Innovate! This commonly-heard statement around the corporate corridors attracts a variety of reactions from the depths of despair to the height of excitement. After years of ‘use and abuse’, this word has left its mark, swayed interpretations and facilitated heated debates. Resounding cries of ‘innovate, schminnovate – let’s go back to basics’ can be heard from every angle.

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Who Killed Change?

Published on October 24, 2012 by admin in Leadership

‘Who Killed Change?’, a parable by Ken Blanchard and John Britt, highlights some very real challenges that organizations face during change.

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Social Constructivism – Changing Together

Published on October 7, 2012 by admin in change

Social constructivism is an emerging approach to change, which encourages change, and learning, through the people, who may be your customers, employees, community etc. It’s easy to identify those who don’t buy into this approach. Observable corporate traits include the desire to maintain control, the degree of closure in minds, a stagnant environment lacking regeneration, a leader who hides behind the people, and lack of communication in change.

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Interview: Debbie Nicol, on Change Management

Published on August 3, 2012 by admin in change

Q1. I believe that you are a Change Practitioner for organizations. What exactly does that mean?

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Strategic Learning Interventions in Organizations

Published on July 25, 2012 by admin in Leadership

In tough times, it’s often the organizational learning that’s first to go. Learning professionals must now take a stance – must prove that the organization cannot operate without Learning and Development and must show evidence of the results organisational learning facilitates. Sounds like an easy solution?

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business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.
Serving a broad cross-section of industries, we clarify organizational priorities, strengthen foundations, align workplace practices and measure results; in essence we work with the core of change.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.
Serving a broad cross-section of industries, we clarify organizational priorities, strengthen foundations, align workplace practices and measure results; in essence we work with the core of change.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.
Serving a broad cross-section of industries, we clarify organizational priorities, strengthen foundations, align workplace practices and measure results; in essence we work with the core of change.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

Serving a broad cross-section of industries, we clarify organizational priorities, strengthen foundations, align workplace practices and measure results; in essence we work with the core of change.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

business en motion

business en motion’ is a business consultancy and learning organization which moves businesses and leaders ahead – ahead of current performance and competition.

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