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Watch: how to start, rescue or deliver a customer centricity programme

February 13, 2019

Webinar 3 – how to start, rescue or deliver a customer centricity programme For organisations who need to “be more customer-centric or get eaten”, this webinar shares real world techniques and examples. In this webinar, Alan Sears covers: – The two things people misunderstand about a customer-centricity programme – Why what people think of their … Continued

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Watch: re-skilling people for change

February 6, 2019

Webinar 2 – Re-skilling People for Change Re-skill your people to respond to a changing external market. Enable them to take on a growth mindset and develop skills they never planned on acquiring. In this webinar, Alan Sears covers: – The problem with skill change that is required rather than requested – Why carrot and … Continued

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Watch: how to lead and engage people through a restructuring process

January 29, 2019

Webinar 1 – How to Lead and Engage People Through a Restructuring Process Enable your people to flourish in a new structure (including during the uncertainty while it’s being defined), giving them tools to handle the new order with resilience. In this webinar, Alan Sears covers: – Specifically how to create the right kind of … Continued

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Book a call with Alan Sears for some inspiration

January 14, 2019

Alan has been trusted by hundreds of organisations over the last twenty-five years as the sane voice of reason amidst leadership fads and buzzwords. Few organisational consultants and coaches have worked on such a wide range of challenges in so many industries and geographies. Alan brings sensible, practical, inspirational methodologies, grounded in scientific research to … Continued

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11 of the Most Inspirational Books on Change for 2019

December 17, 2018

Here are the 11 books that have inspired and built the foundations of our work on change, and that have ultimately led to successful transformations for a wide range of businesses, organisations and leaders. Leading Change John P. Kotter Flow: A Handbook For Change Makers Fin Goulding and Haydn Shaughnessy Our Iceberg is Melting: Changing … Continued

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What the CEO Knows – and you don’t. V is for Valency

August 16, 2017

In his book What Leaders Really Do Harvard professor John Kotter describes setting out to work-shadow a number of high profile CEOs – and being astonished by the results.  He had expected that from the Olympian heights of the CEO suite these mighty leaders would be able to manage their schedules in such a way … Continued

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Co-opetition not Competition

March 21, 2017

At Vybrant we like to make frenemies and indulge in some healthy co-opetition. Why does co-opetition work? Because innovation and value are more commonly generated in networks. Indeed, many gurus think that the collaborative dynamic of networks, partnerships, and joint ventures is a main organising principle of the modern global economy. Now the major TV … Continued

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Performance Pay and Rewards – the Vybrant Way

March 21, 2017

Communication is the key. Whatever the relationship between pay and performance in a given organisation, if it is clearly understood when people make the decision to join, and incentive schemes are seen to reward on a fair and transparent basis, then things generally work well for all concerned. As well as ensuring that schemes are … Continued

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Organisational Change – the Vybrant Way

March 21, 2017

Equip leaders and managers to go through change and most importantly, to lead their people through it. There is a growing and powerful body of research regarding individual personal change which still needs to be incorporated into mainstream business change initiatives. Organisations that lead constant change and development positively will be the clear winners as … Continued

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