ChangeHub: Overcoming resistance to change

We’re pleased to announce our first ChangeHub.
Change Hubs are case study events focused on sharing knowledge, intelligence and case studies of change.

Overcoming resistance to change: The importance of symbols, storytelling and leadership engagement in driving cultural change.

when:  
Wednesday 6 May 2015, from 5.30 to 7.30 pm

where:
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, 80 Grenfell Street, Adelaide

sponsors:
This event is kindly sponsored by Hood Sweeney and generously supported by Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

book:
Purchase tickets or get more information>>      

 

Presented by Andrea Johansen, Senior Manager Employee Communications, People and Performance at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, this ChangeConnect Hub will focus on:
_ developing an effective change communication strategy
_ equipping leaders as change agents
_ using symbols and stories to drive cultural change

Andrea will draw on the case study of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s recent move to activity based working, in the new 80 Grenfell Street head office. 

The ChangeHub will feature presentation, tour and light refreshments and canapés.
Tickets are limited. Book at www.changeconnect6May2015.eventbrite.com.au

AndreaJohansen 

 

About Andrea Johansen
Andrea is currently the Senior Manager Employee Communications, which is Bendigo and Adelaide Bank’s internal communications function.  Andrea came to communication via journalism, with a passion for telling stories. She has been with the Bank since 2008, working within the space of cultural change and change communications.

 

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