Global Voices Campbell Macpherson: The secrets to sustainable organisational and individual change (Members webinar event)
Times: 8am GMT, 7pm AEDT, 9pm NZDT
The Change Management Institute's Global Voices series promotes and shares the latest research and thinking in international change management. Regardless of where you are based, you have access to the voices that shape the profession around the globe.
The Global Voices series is available to our Members only.
Join us for our next Global Voices event on the essential ingredients of successful change, with Campbell Macpherson, international business advisor, Executive Fellow of Henley Business School and author of ‘The Change Catalyst’, winner of the 2018 Business Book of the Year award.
How do you build leadership and resilience to embrace and deliver real change? And what does that look like in the current climate?
In this conversation we will explore the key ingredients and skills that characterise true change catalysts and how to build the resilience we all need to embrace and deliver real change.
Join us for this webinar to hear Campbell share his insights, and real-life anecdotes and for the opportunity to share your thoughts and questions.
About our Speaker - Campbell Macpherson
Campbell Macpherson is an international business advisor, an Executive Fellow of Henley Business School and author of ‘The Change Catalyst’ (Wiley 2017), ‘2018 Business Book of the Year’. His second book, ‘The Power to Change’ (how to embrace change and make it work for you) was published by Kogan Page worldwide in October 2020.
Campbell has been leading strategic change and enabling strategic change for more than 25 years; enabling organisations across UK, Europe, US, Asia, Australia & the Middle East to clarify their strategy, build cultures that embrace change and align their people to deliver – as CEO, Strategy Director, HR Director, Marketing Director, eBusiness Director, board member, change leader, business adviser and NED. He was a multimedia entrepreneur and started his career flying jets (badly) in the Air Force.
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