Insights from successful Change Makers to guide your future
ABOUT OUR BEST-SELLING BOOK
Change Wisdom is our bestselling reference guide to the complex world of change.
Wouldn't it be great if we could capture the knowledge of twelve passionate Change Makers around a variety of change-related issues in a single book, so that anyone can pick it up and find something inspirational to help them make change in the heat of battle?
That's precisely what we've done. "Change Wisdom" is the result. It is a valuable resource for everyone who wants to help their organisations be 'change fit' in the 21st century.
Each chapter covers a different aspect of change and stands on its own as a thought piece so you can dip in and out depending on what you feel will address your needs at any given time.
Change Wisdom puts expert change knowledge directly in your hands.
WHAT'S INSIDE THE BOOK?
If you're involved in any form of organisational change, there's a chapter in Change Wisdom for you. Here's what's inside:
What Does A Change Maker Look Like? (David Walker)
Visions, Missions and all that Jazz (Malcolm Follos)
Bringing Vision and Strategy to Life (Malcolm Follos)
Establish Solid Foundations for Positive Culture and Change (Richard Flewitt)
Emergent Change Needed Urgently: Doing Change Differently in a VUCA World (Michelle Brailsford)
Trust: The Essential Lubricant To Enable Change (Julia Felton)
Stakeholder Engagement Revisited (Simon Phillips)
The Human Touch : Communicating So People Want To Change (Karen Dempster)
Change Alchemy: Delivering Game-Changing Transformation That Sticks (John Franklin-Hackett)
The Art of Coping with Complexity: WICKEDD© solutions in a Wicked VUCA World (Nicky Carewand David Walker)
HOW WE, AS INDIVIDUALS, DEAL WITH CHANGE
Build Your Resilience For Work And Life In Just eight Minutes A Day (Vanda North)
Conflict Management – Managing Difficult Behaviours : Are these behaviours difficult or justdifferent? (Angie Beeston)
Why Gender Bias Is ‘Normal’ And What You Do About It (Nicky Carew)
Managing Your Career During Change (Cathy Summers)
Why We Should All Invest Time In Reflective Learning (Nicky Carew)