Change Management – Learning the Secrets of Success!

Posted on: 01/12/2017

Last night we hosted our final event of 2017, and because it’s almost Christmas and we felt like celebrating, we figured what the heck, and made sure that it was an event to remember.

 

The main theme of the evening was Change Management, what exactly is it and how do you successfully implement it? Then just throw in a bit of mindreading and magic, and you have yourselves the recipe for our evening.

 

Our fantastic guest speakers, Francesca Valli and Stephen Seabourne, delivered incredible talks which outlined their unique perspectives on how to manage change and the importance of understanding the psychology of language.

 

First up, Francesca discussed how she had successfully managed multi-million-pound programmes and trackable change, and how she believed that it was critically important to demystify change in order to successfully implement it within your business. One of the key points which she highlighted was how embedding change on every level of an organisation is crucial to its success, and that in order to successfully deliver change you need to have good discipline and governance.

 

Next, Stephen Seabourne took to the stage. Stephen discussed how he successfully balanced his career as both a biomedical scientist and close-up magician. (Yes, we did just say magician. This is a re:find event after all, and you know that we like do things a little differently!). Stephen used his powers of magic and NLP in order to influence and astound the audience by demonstrating his slight of hand and hypnosis skills.

 

We ended the night on a great note and revealed that we had raised over £1,600 for the NSPCC as a result of all of our recent fundraising endeavours.

 

For those of you that attended any of our events in 2017, we’d like to say a big thank you for making each one such a success, and we look forward to seeing you all again in 2018 for even bigger and better things!

 

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