The Change Management Institute Tasmania 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.
We are currently growing a Change Management Institute chapter presence in Tasmania and are on the lookout for new members and would be delighted to hear from you if you are seeking professional networking and membership opportunities.
This is a chance to drive the change community agenda in Tasmania and facilitate the bringing together of like-minded people to deliver a sustainable Change Management Institute chapter and grow the Change Management profession.
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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.
Naomi Jones-Black - Chapter Lead
Naomi has over 10 years’ experience as an organisational change manager. She specialises in design and delivery of bespoke change implementation strategies within projects. Her experience is in helping change leaders tasked with embedding change to increase their success rates. She has worked in IT and HR on a range of corporate initiatives covering capability, culture, training, stakeholder management and communications.
Naomi is passionate about creative change leadership and building change capability for organisations. Her focus is on the State of Tasmania, and she is particularly interested in the State's prosperity encompassing happiness levels, the economy, change management innovation and the community.
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