In this episode of Casa De Cambio your host Natasha discusses the ins and outs of culture transformation with Friska Wirya – specialist in culture change.
What are some of the signs a culture is terrible? Why do executives want to change it? How do you go about changing it? What are some of the pitfalls to avoid? Why is culture so important anyway?
Friska answers all of these questions and more in the debut episode of Casa de Cambio.
What helps women flourish in the workplace? What are some examples of gender bias in the workplace? How can women be themselves and have that reflect in their leadership style? What do women at the start of their careers need to know?
Josephine Palermo has a PhD in Organisational Psychology and is the director of Geared for Growth, a culture and change consultancy. She also runs a co working space (called Higher Spaces) and a belly dance studio, as well as hosting her own podcast (Gears Action Growth). She joins Tash for a chat about how women can step into their power at work and more.
When change managers use their power for good, the sky is the limit!
Craig Ball is an ADF veteran, change manager and champion for men’s mental health.
In this episode of Casa de Cambio, Tash and Craig sit down for a virtual chat and talk about why men’s mental health is such a big issue, what steps men can take to improve their mental health and what we can do to help our mates who are struggling. Craig shares how his experience in the army and skills as a change manager put him in the unique position to help other men with their mental health.
How can we incorporate mindfulness into our change practice?
How can mindfulness drive better outcomes in a corporate or project setting?
How can overwhelmed professionals get back some semblance of control over their work lives?
Lotty Roberts is a mindful workplace, emotional culture and change leadership consultant with over 20 years experience helping organisations successfully work through and deliver change, as well as a mindfulness and yoga teacher. She joins Tash for a chat about all of this and more (there is loads of bonus advice and life hacks in this one!).
What’s the difference between a change analyst and a change manager?
What about the difference between a senior change manager and a portfolio change manager?
What does a head of change do?
This is one of the most asked questions in Tash’s ‘Introduction to Change Management’ workshop.
Valiente Group Founder and Managing Director, and veteran change practitioner Lesleigh Ross joins Tash to answer this question.
I’ve come across more than a few change managers and project professionals who are wary or sceptical of agile. It’s different to the way they are used to doing things and they aren’t sure how to apply traditional change practices. I’m here to tell you there’s actually a lot about agile that is great for us, so lean in and get reading!
Why do we struggle to know our purpose? How do we identify what our purpose is? How do we make positive changes that allow us to live our purpose and be the best version of ourselves?
Tash joins purpose coach (who knew there was such a thing?) Eva Aston for a chat about all of these things and more.
What’s it like starting your own recruitment agency? If you are thinking about starting your own business and coming up with lots of reasons why you can’t, then you need to listen to this week’s episode!
Tash speaks with highly respected change recruiter Tracey Petrie, who after a long and distinguished career in Australia and NZ, started her own agency – White Cloud Recruitment – in July.
She talks about the ins and outs of running your own business as a single mum, current trends in change management, what employers are looking for when hiring change resources, and how to make your CV and LinkedIN profile pop.
It’s almost the end of 2020, and we would like to think sexism and sexual harassment has no place at work, right? Wrong. Sadly it is still very prevalent. According to a recent survey, 40% of women (and 18% of men) report being sexually harassed at work. This figure hasn’t changed since 1982 when reporting started.
From unconscious bias and microaggressions to outright misogyny and harassment, it’s still out there and affecting us.
Tash speaks to Leigh and Amy, who generously share their stories of sexism and harassment at work.
We also give our tips and advice for men who want to be better allies to women.
What is the experience economy? How does it work? How does it benefit customers? Why should companies explore the experience economy? Can the experience economy be unethical? Anita Parer is the CCO of Magia Solutions and returns to Casa de Cambio as a guest to answer all of these questions and more. Listen to the […]