How we grow Change Leadership Capability (Wellington, NZ)
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An exciting panel event, providing three perspectives on change leadership capability:
- The current state of change leadership across the NZ Government;
- Approaches to lifting leadership change capability;
- Methods to coach/empower leaders for change.
Our three experienced panelists will share their thinking and practical views for this critical leadership role followed by a Q&A forum. Attendees are encouraged to bring and ask questions. See you there.
About our Panel
Bernie is a facilitator, coach, trainer and speaker who is curious about how individual and group mindsets, shape how we see our world and inform our decisions and behaviours. Particularly when dealing with change in a changing world and the consequential impact on human development, intelligence, reputation, and outcomes.
Bernie works with groups and individuals around communication, trust, culture, (organic) change and social mapping to identify key influencers. He likes to encourage himself and others to be brave, real and have some fun. And, to be becoming more conscious.
Grant is from the Investment Management and Asset Performance team in the Treasury. He is an experienced portfolio, program and project manager, with Prince II, MSP, Managing Benefits, Change Management, and Better Business Case certifications.
Grant leads the Investor Confidence Rating (ICR) three-yearly assessments of the performance of investment-intensive agencies in managing investments and assets that are critical to the delivery of NZ government services. He is particularly focused on supporting the government to improve their portfolio, benefits and change capability.
Lorraine is currently Manager of Programme and Project change a team within Organisational Change at Housing NZ. She has a background as a health professional and moved into people management through HR and employee relations roles. The roles were across the sectors i.e public, private and not for profit. This background started the fascination with a newly growing discipline of change management and was introduced to PROSCI methodology through the 3-day course. She maintains a close association with the subject matter through the certification process and coaching with the programs.
Lorraine joined Housing NZ on October 2017 – the role was to formally introduce change management to the organisation. Since that time she has recruited a number of change practitioner to work with her as they work in and around program and project management lifting the change leadership capability.
We acknowledge and thank our event sponsor Department of Conservation.
Members free, Non-Members $35. Members should login to claim the discount. Registration from 11.15am with the event commencing at 11.30am. Times are NZST.