The Change Management Institute South Australian chapter aims to inspire excellence and ensure you have the means to reach your career goals. Whether you are after new thinking, a mentor, or looking to have your practices independently assessed and endorsed – we are here to help you.
Our members are professionals from government agencies, corporations, not-for-profit groups and professional consultancies. Members may be at different stages of their professional careers, so we mutually support one another to meet common goals.
By joining you get to engage with us locally at events, build your networks and access the global thinking and white papers available exclusively to members. There are plenty of learning and development opportunities available for all learning styles too!
The Change Management Institute is keen to connect fellow change management professionals through our public forums and email updates. You can join us at events; some are open to both members and non-members. Also please join the conversation through our LinkedIn Groups.
Chapter events are designed to inspire and build your knowledge and skills through the sharing of local and international knowledge and best-practices. Events include thought provoking speakers, forums, online masterclasses and regular networking events. Find out more about our events here.
Kristen Hassan - Chapter Lead
A broadly experienced leader in people-driven change, Kristen has led complex programs across diverse business units including IT, HR, procurement and logistics, customer services and sales, and asset management. Industry sectors include oil and gas, utilities, and government. She has a deep understanding of the interplay between people, leadership and culture.
With solid business acumen and a pragmatic approach, Kristen has successfully managed capability improvements and developed and implemented strategic frameworks and solutions. She is highly collaborative and renowned for her ability to develop rapport with stakeholders and deliver tangible benefits for organisations.
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