(Free) How to make time for change without slowing you down

Wed, 27 Sep 2017 18:00 - 18:30 JST


We all know that well managed change helps organisations grow, thrive and adapt to new ways of working more effectively. Yet how often have we heard managers say they don’t have the time to invest in the change? And that investing in change slows down the process.

In this talk we’ll explore how it doesn’t have to be that way. That you can integrate change into what you’re already doing.


Change has become the new normal but very often those changes are overburdened with documentation and project methodologies. And somewhere along the way the outcomes get lost and success seems a distant goalpost.

By adopting some simple, light weight methods for helping people make the change and demonstrating value, we will help you navigate a different path to integrating change into everyday tasks.

Join us for a free 30-minute webinar where we reveal some of the Lean Change tools. You will walk away with at least one practice which you can use straightaway even when you’re short on time.


  • Introduction
  • How to make time for change without slowing you down
  • Q&A

About the presenters:

Charlotte Mawle

Charlotte Mawle is a dedicated change professional with over 20 years’ experience in Australia, France, the UK, and USA.
Charlotte is passionate about ‘doing change differently’ and a strong supporter of leading and ‘managing’ change using tools from many disciplines including Agile, with a focus on co-creation and continuous feedback.

She believes that the key to future success is improving the capacity of organisations to embrace change and deliver effective organisational transformation.
Charlotte is a Lean Change Management facilitator, Prosci® certified Change Manager and a NLP Practitioner and Level 1 Meta Coach.

Ro Gorell

Ro Gorell is a change strategist and coach specializing in getting the best out of change because in a disruptive world no organisation can afford to rest on previous success.

She helps clients to create their own change framework blending tools, techniques and methods from: change management, project management, neo-behaviourism (how to create habits) LEAN change and Agile as well as programme management.

Ro is the author of several books:

  • 50 Top Tools for Coaching* 1st ed.2009, 2nd ed. 2012, 3rd ed.2015
  • How to Create a Coaching Culture​* 2014
  • Group Coaching: A Practical Guide to Optimising Talent In Any Organisation​ 2013
  • Are They On The Right Bus? The 55-Minute Guide to Talent Management" 2011

*co-authored with Gillian Jones



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