#beabetterchangeperson is a pro-bono initiative that aims to help people like you to get an overview of what Change management is at individual/group level and understand the possible pitfalls of the initiative, anticipating what and where resistance could happen. We also suggest how you can be more successful in the role as a BETTER CHANGE PERSON.

What is change management?  

“The coordination of a structured period of transition from situation A to situation B in order to achieve lasting change within an organization” (BNET Business Dictionary).

The real work of Change

Many articles and books stress the relevance of leadership, culture, participation and incentive structures, but they rarely mention the real work of change — overcoming personal resistance on an individual level. We know that people hate change, but resistance is not simply a psychological barrier to overcome”. (Forbes). The most challenging part is guiding and supporting people through the transformation. 

What can you do to #beabetterchangeperson?

Change Management is not a simple series of activities performed by a Change Agent during a transformation initiative in an organization.  It’s a combination of mindset and attitudes and techniques, which can help the Agent and the employees to go through the process ( from A to B).  


I am an advocate of Change Management because I have experimented it for a long time in a variety of countries, with different national and business cultures. This means that everybody can go through a change and then handle it.

Therefore I have decided to dedicate part of my time as a pro-bono activity, part of my time, to help people like you. Utilising international approaches and my personal experience, I will help you not only to be successful but to also feel good in helping your team as well.  (aka #beabetterchangeperson)

If you think you would like my support, please send me an email.

I will be happy to explain further what we can do together to #beabetterchangeperson

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