Monday Nov 05, 2018

Episode 33 - Emotion at Work in Organisational Change

This episode tackles a notoriously tricky area, Organisational Change.  One thing is for sure that for HR, Learning and Organisational Development practitioners we are working with change. My guest this week is the wonderful Julie Drybrough. In this wide-ranging conversation, we explore how aspects of; identity, belonging, control, power can all affect organizations and their ability or propensity to change.  Jools talks about the 'invisible hand' that guides what happens in organizations and how in her work, she often makes that invisible stuff visible.  

We both share some specific examples from past and present work and talk about the strategies, techniques and methods we use to support organizations and ourselves as practitioners too.  


As always, here are your references:

The blog post Jools wrote about culture change and fog

Quote from Martin Luther King Jr about love and power

Martin Bubers 'I and Thou'

The Culture Code by Daniel Coyle

William Isaacs and Dialogue - the art of thinking together

'On Dialogue' by David Boam


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