Date: 17 Sep 2020
Start time: 17:00
Finish time: 18:15
Members: FREE
Non-members: £2.50

Have you ever struggled to sell a great idea, or to change mindsets or behaviours (other people’s, or even your own)?

Change can be really rewarding, but leading it can also get tough. Like when I offered to deliver a £1 million saving in the business I was working for, only to be told “Don’t Worry About It”. A solid business case isn’t always enough to get the support you need.

So in this session, I’ll be sharing a collection of insights and tips which I wish I’d known sooner, exploring the softer side of change. We’ll look at

  • Why we don’t always do what makes sense
  • Why conflict can persist long after everyone’s forgotten what started it
  • How to keep change energising instead of draining




With a background in Engineering and over 20 years Change Leadership experience, Sue’s delivered £multi-million projects and culture change programmes for international organisations including Danone, Corning, and Lloyds Bank.

Embarking on her mission to save the NHS £1million in avoidable prescriptions, Sue’s also taught thousands of people the skills for better mental wellbeing; and helps organisations to create effective strategies for improving business performance through better mental wellbeing.


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