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Seven Aspects of the Human Factor in Change, and How to Deal With Them

  • 17 May 2017
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Manna Gum Restaurant @ Broadbeach


  • Special price for members. BONUS offer: You can take two non-members at membership prices.

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Five hundred years BC, a Greek philosopher is quoted as saying "change is the only constant in life".  Amazing how true that is even today. 

But today, we should be smarter about it.  And to help us all, we've invited two change management professionals to share their wisdom with our members.

Samantha and Georgina are looking forward to sharing some of the insights, tips and lessons learned from working with modern Australian companies. 

No matter what the industry or size of your business, the human factor of change is what will either trip you up or make all the difference.  

Key points to the presentation include:

  • How women are uniquely positioned for change
  • The changing landscape
  • Where change could trip us up
  • How do we make change stick?
  • Ambiguity is the new black
  • People are complex beasts
  • Winning hearts & minds

April Guest Speakers -
Samantha Crock and Georgina Banks

About Georgina

Using a mix of mindfulness, positive psychology and strengths-based approaches, Georgina helps people develop insight into their behaviours, overcome resistance and experience genuine change that sticks.

When she’s not working at Changeable, Georgina mentors young women setting up arts-based businesses and social enterprises. 

About Samantha

Sam’s business acumen, creativity and educational flair make her the ideal person to drive organisational change. Her down-to-earth attitude instantly puts employees at ease, while her practicality and willingness to nudge people out of their comfort zone ensures change is significant and long-lasting.

Sam also volunteers as a director of the Intersticia Foundation, a philanthropic organisation dedicated to supporting new ideas from concept to reality.

About our venue...

Manna Gum at Broadbeach  

Sue and Greg draw on 50 years experience in the hospitality industry, and have created a unique experience for Inverloch.  Combining local and international produce, the restaurant specialises in slow cooked Asian curries and contemporary Australian fare. 

Manna Gum at Broadbeach in Inverloch


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