Archive for the Uncategorized Category

Change starts with you – Video

Elissa Farrow focuses on what we can personally influence in any change process even if we have limited control. Elissa coaches us in techniques and tips that will make a real difference in how we individually cope with change. Building resilience starts at the individual level and

Read more

Team building that lasts – Video

Elissa Farrow provides concepts for leaders to consider in forming teams. Team forming is not a single act at a single event but needs a dedicated team roadmap that is reinforced over a period of time through varying activities and support strategies. Elissa Farrow mentions cultureQs an

Read more

Reducing staff resistance to change – Video

Reducing staff resistance to change – Elissa Farrow provides leaders with some key pointers in what resistance might look like, what some of the causes of resistance are and how to best support staff going through change. Leaders need to adapt to the change first so therefore they

Read more

Embracing opportunities through mergers & growth – Video

Leveraging from mergers and growth – Elissa Farrow from http://www.aboutyourtransition.com.au suggests that in a merger situation there are great opportunities to leverage the best from each business rather than assume the smaller consume the larger. The change needs to be handled well to ensure a clear vision

Read more

Project managers & change managers working together – Video

How do project managers and change managers work together? Elissa Farrow from http://www.aboutyourtransition.com.au answers the question of how the best teams work together. Project Managers and Change Managers have different but complimentary skill sets. The best teams are where the project and change manager work as a

Read more

How organisations can boost inclusive practice

How organisations can boost inclusive practice

In my last blog I talked about how teams can use their inclusivity attributes and strengths to promote best practice. Building an inclusive organisation commences with committed senior leadership being open to exploring the concepts, seeing the commercial and performance benefits and actively cultivating the approach. To

Read more

Ethical practice in project management

Ethical practice in project management

I was talking with a colleague the other day about how ethical practice is something not often discussed as part of our day-to-day business practice. One of the roles I play along with running a successful consulting and training business is as the Director of Ethics for

Read more

Contributing to professional project associations

Contributing to professional project associations

How do professional associations form you may ask? What do they deliver? Professional organisations often start from a small group of individuals who are looking for opportunities to talk with others about their practice. They are committed individuals who have a vision, a vision to share good

Read more

Organisational culture levers for employee engagement

Organisational culture levers for employee engagement

In my last blog post I talked about the Corporate Leadership Council’s (2004) levers for engagement, day-to-day work levers. This blog post covers the second set of levers relating to organisational culture. Internal communication Organisational culture is enriched by a commitment to open communication. Best case examples

Read more

Building a high engagement culture

Building a high engagement culture

In this series, Elissa Farrow charts the importance of high engagement for your project team and how that engagement translates into project success down the line. To me, employee engagement is all about solid commitment, leading to greater work effort and staff retention. In organisations I have

Read more
Page 1 of 212

Follow me on Twitter

Latest Posts

Contact

PO Box 15074 City East Australia 4002
Phone: +61 407025804

Twitter linkedin email