Tag: managing change

Failing to set clear behavioural expectations and hold people accountable to them is the primary reason organisations struggle with culture change

The tail wagging the dog: culture change vs top talent

Failing to set clear behavioural expectations and hold people accountable to them is the primary reason organisations struggle with culture change, writes Karen Gately We’ve all seen it happen; the so-called high performing team member repeatedly getting away with behaving in ways no one else is allowed to. Entitled, demanding and […]

HR can play an important role in helping navigate organisational turbulence and uncertainty through change management

5 ways to help lead successful change management

HR can play an important role in helping managers navigate organisational turbulence and uncertainty, writes Jennie Walker “The only thing that is constant is change.” The Greek philosopher, Heraclitus, was the first to pen this popular phrase around 500BC. Its endurance today is certainly a testament to its validity. Yet, […]