Welcome to my Change Management and Resilience Resource page, where I have compiled a list of resources to support my change management and resilience programmes to reinforce your learning.  

I help leaders to step up into their passion and purpose 

empowered leaders thrive

We all deal with difficult people and events who challenge our confidence, wear us down and get in the way of us achieving our goals. 

Teaching the mindset, skill-set and tool-set to effectively deal with self-limiting beliefs, triggers and biases in managing people, priorities and constant change so that we create high performing teams, is my speciality.

My clients and learners most describe me as "Engaging, Enthusiastic and Energetic".....

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Articles from my engage and grow blog


who moved my cheese

Who Moved My Cheese - a great video based on the book about understanding and working with the psychology of change

the happy secret to better work

Shawn Achor, author of the book, "The Happiness Advantage" shares the secrets to positivity

Leadership Lessons in a Vuca world

How can a strong company culture make organizations more effective in a VUCA environment? Brig. Gen. Bernard Banks shares insights and lessons learned from the military and the private sector.

the importance of urgency

An interview with John Kotter, Professor Emeritus, Harvard Business School. Without a true sense of urgency, any change effort is doomed. Watch John Kotter discuss the need for urgency and how managers create and sustain it in their organizations.

Book Review on the book, "decisive"

This is a video review for Chapter 1 of the book Decisive by Chip and Dan Heath, delving into the detail of the 4 villains of decision-making and how to overcome these.

Why Change is so hard

In today's chaotic, change-filled world, how do we keep up?  Learn that we actually aren't meant to keep up.

recommended reading

books and resources

Do You like reading?

Some great reads on Change And Resilience

  1. John Kotter: Our Iceberg is Melting 
  2. Daniel Pink: Drive
  3. Shawn Achor: The Happiness Advantage 
  4. Simon Sinek: Start with Why
  5. Susan Jeffers: Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway
  6. Sheryl Sandberg: Option B and Life After Grief

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My expectations to better manage/work with staff within my team/organisation and Kerry Anne helped me achieve this by providing frameworks which were easy to understand, follow and implement.

My biggest takeaways from my time with Kerry Anne were ensuring conversations stay in the ‘safe’ zone and that any conflict type issues should be sorted out earlier than later.