The Change Exchange endeavours to discuss the hot topics that are top of mind for leaders and organizations today in the face of change. Our goal is to provide meaningful conversation around the change landscape, clear-cut solutions and desired impacts.
| L’objectif de la série Entretien sur le changement est de présenter les principales préoccupations actuelles des leaders et des organisations face au changement. Nous voulons discuter de sujets pertinents au contexte des changements et aux solutions claires ainsi qu’aux effets souhaités.
Leading Change Virtually
Before the pandemic of COVID-19 hit Canada, Keli Whidden, Director of the Deloitte Transformation practice was developing and designing change projects virtually. On this episode of the Change Exchange, Kate sits down with Keli, to discuss the new requirement to lead virtually, how to best execute transformation in our new world, and what the human implications of this truly are. Keli shares details on their pragmatic understanding of working with individuals through this difficult time, co-creation of the client process, and shares practical learnings on tools and tactics. Listen now to hear from Keli and Kate as they discuss these realities; some difficult but some daring and hopeful.
Leading with Confidence and Building Strength for our New Normal
The world has changed overnight. The rapid spread of COVID-19 has had far-reaching implications to organizations. Through times of uncertainty, leaders have to interpret the impacts and navigate these new realities, as their people look to them for guidance, responsiveness, and authenticity. On this episode of the Change Exchange, Kat Lee, Deloitte Partner joins Kate to discuss how organizations can continue to lead with confidence amidst the world Covid-19 pandemic. Kate and Kat will discuss the key challenges leaders are facing right now while juggling both the business and human needs brought on by our new reality. Hear from Kat, as she demonstrates and explores how leaders can continue to lead change in organizations during and after this disruption.
Changing The Way We Think About Change
In this episode of the Change Exchange, Kate Morican sits down with Mike Bentley, Deloitte US National Change Leader, to discuss the evolving state of change itself.
Listen in to hear from Bentley as he dives into change becoming its own discipline within our organizations and how data plays a role in how we see change, integrating science and measurement into tactics, milestones and outcomes. Change is changing, find out how.
In this episode of The Change Exchange, Raj Mudhar and Kat Lee joins Kate Morican to discuss how agile has evolved from a software implementation methodology, to a mindset and culture that organizations are striving for, well beyond technology. Tune in to this insightful conversation where we discuss the origins of the concept of agile, how the talent agenda correlates to organizational agility, how the roles of leadership and HR need to shift in an agile environment, and lastly what we’ve seen as common and identifiable habits that successfully agile organizations have adopted.
Hyper Connected Workplace
In this episode of The Change Exchange, Jeff Moir joins Kate Morican for the second time to discuss the shift towards a hyper connected workplace, and what that means for organizations. Tune in to listen to the benefits, and more importantly, the risks, of this new reality, and what organizations can do to manage the challenges associated with hyper-connectivity.
Tackling the New Realities of Work with Heather Stockton
In this episode of The Change Exchange, Kate Morican interviews Heather Stockton, Deloitte’s global Future of Work leader. Heather and Kate discuss the new realities that are shaping the way work gets done, including disruptive technologies, changing employee mindsets, and shifting workforce models, and what organizations can do to prepare and address these transformational changes.
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As always Deloitte nails it, but sound quality could use some work.
Great content horrible audio. The volume and clarity of each speakers had a different volume. Other than that very good information