Does your workplace need to adapt in disruptive times? Are you seeing a need for faster change in the ‘next normal’? How are you taking up your role to help create a more adaptive culture? New value statements, training, systems, or processes won’t create more adaptive workplaces. You will need a new toolkit to shift the underlying patterns in the culture. In this session, Siobhan McHale will share her ground-breaking, four-step solution to creating workplaces that can deliver, grow and adapt. If you are interested in stepping more fully into your role as an adaptive leader in disruptive times, this session is for you.
Siobhan McHale has been the executive in charge of cultural change in a series of multinational firms. Her work was used as a case study by Professor John Kotter at Harvard Business School, to teach MBA students about how to manage change.
Her recent book, The Insider’s Guide to Culture Change, has been described by culture pioneer Carolyn Taylor as “the most ground-breaking thinking on how to change workplace culture that I’ve seen in many years”.
She was also selected this year as a member of the Thinkers50 Radar for “tackling the big issues of our time with rigour and energy”.