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Communicating Change

A range of resources, ideas and best practice for creating successful change communications.

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Communicating Change Series: Chapter Three

This is the third article in a nine-part series exploring all aspects of organisational change. We explore the growing workplace problem, change fatigue, and how you can prevent it from confining change processes to the scrapheap. Click » Read more

Communicating Change Series: Chapter Two
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This is the 2nd article in a 9-part series exploring all aspects of organisational change. We explore why change should become the new business as usual if it’s going to be navigated successfully. Click here to down

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Can Whales and Dolphins Really Teach Us to Communicate Better?
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We often consider ourselves to be the masters of communication in the animal world, right? We have complex languages, we understand complex ideas, and we participate in complex social groups. We’re constantly communicating or being communicated to.

But actually, our confidence

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Flaming Fireworks and Blazing Bonfires - Keeping the Internal Comms Fire Burning
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Whether you’re a firework fanatic or you’d rather just forget them completely, it’s that time of year again when the sky alights with colour, bonfires blaze, and sparklers shimmer.

Bonfire night is a national tradition that’s been on the calendar since 1605. But we wonder

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A Shark Tale of Organisational Change

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Organisational Change - Is It Just a Story?

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Ever wondered why classic stories resonate so strongly with us? Why everyone fell in love with Star Wars, or why Harry Potter achieved such high levels of popularity?

The answer is fairly straightforward – they mirror our own fears and desires. We find emotional com

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A Shark Tale of Organisational Change
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This week we came across this video by Business Insider. It describes US Navy Officers’ tactics to avoid shark attacks during World War II.

This was the first time war had been fough

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Communicating Change Series: Chapter One
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This is the first article in a nine-part series exploring all aspects of organisational change. This first article explores the foundation underpinning successful change transition.

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Organisational Change: Marathon or Sprint?
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If you’ve ever run a marathon (or indeed watched one), you’ll be familiar with the set-up. Reams of resolute racers congregate behind the start line, with the faster runners at the front and ‘slower’ participants towards the back.

The starting buzzer booms out. The f

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What Can We Learn From IKEA About Organisational Change?
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Just Keep Swimming!
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If you’re a fan of Pixar films and fish, you may be familiar with the classic line, ‘Just Keep Swimming’. The film we’re referring to is, of course, Finding Nemo, and the fish we’re referring to is, of course, everyone’s favourite Regal Tang, Dory.

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How Leaders Can Learn From Top Gear
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You may have heard the news that Top Gear is looking for another new host since Chris Evans has chosen to step down after just one series in Jeremy Clarkson’s shoes. It seems they were perhaps a couple of

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How Do You Know If Your Change Succeeded?
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How do we know if something has been a success? 

Verne Harnish’s book The Greatest Business Decisions of All Time details the most successful business decisions ever mad

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