58. Five mistakes you should avoid when leading change

Five mistakes you should avoid when leading change 

My guest today says, “Change happens best and lasts longest when it’s a choice and not forced.”    

Joining me today is Tracy Cooper.

Tracy Cooper has a passion for change.  She’s a change management specialist, who combines theory and a proven practical approach to support leaders and teams to enhance their performance and lead change within their businesses. 

Whilst her early career was in agricultural science, she transitioned to delivering leadership programs in rural and regional communities of Qld in the 1990s.  

From this experience, in 2001 along with her business partner Maria Nolan, Tracy launched SeeChange Consulting. And they have just celebrated the 22nd birthday of SeeChange!  

A wonderful journey helping leaders and their teams to embrace their challenges and make change happen.  

On today’s show, Tracy will share: 

  1. The 5 mistakes to avoid when leading change 
  2. How to help people choose to change and to get involved to ‘make it happen’ in your organisation, as a leader 
  3. How to reduce the stress and overwhelm in changing times 

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About Tracy:

Tracy Cooper has a passion for change.  She’s a change management specialist, who combines theory and a proven practical approach to support leaders and teams to enhance their performance and lead change within their businesses. 

Whilst her early career was in agricultural science, she transitioned to delivering leadership programs in rural and regional communities of Qld in the 1990s.  

From this experience, in 2001 along with her business partner Maria Nolan, Tracy launched SeeChange Consulting. And they have just celebrated the 22nd birthday of SeeChange!  A wonderful journey helping leaders and their teams to embrace their challenges and make change happen.  

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