Change management: Building Resilience – Regulation, Reframing, Relationships and Reflection (Video)

Posted on: May 17, 2020

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week. As we are all experiencing tremendous strain and stress with the Coronavirus impacting on every aspect of our work and homes lives, I thought I’d share some ideas about resilience. So here’s a 10 minute video looking at four tools to help you become more resilient: Building Resilience – Regulation, […]

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Personal reflections on managing change – Coronavirus is here to stay

Posted on: March 25, 2020 Personal reflections on managing change – Coronavirus is here to stay

Like many self-employed freelance consultants, I’m sitting at my home office desk looking at an empty diary and wondering how on earth I will pay the bills. It’s rare to have the luxury of time on my hands to sit back and really think. So here are some personal reflections on managing change – Coronavirus […]

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Better Business Relationships and DACRIE – A model to enhance business relationships

Posted on: April 15, 2019 Better Business Relationships and DACRIE - A model to enhance business relationships

This article “A model to enhance business relationships” was published in the March 2019 edition of Ambition (the magazine of the Association of MBAs). It describes the DACRIE model which is the basis of the book by Kim Tasso “Better Business Relationships – Insights from psychology and management for working in a digital world”. The […]

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Change management and creativity – Why a third adapt more easily

Posted on: July 15, 2016 Change management and the adaptive third

Successful professional service firms are those that have great leaders who can help their people anticipate and adapt to change quickly. So an article by Nick Tasler (https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/strategic-thinking/201606/why-1-in-3-people-adapt-change-more-successfully) explaining why one in three adapt to change more easily caught my eye. The article refers to work by psychologist Salvatore Maddi at the University of Chicago […]

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