You’ve no doubt heard it said that ‘People Hate Change’; you’ve probably said it yourself more than once. But it’s not quite true: people love making change, we just don’t like being changed, especially when no-one can tell us how or, more importantly, why.
It’s not change that’s the issue but our role within it; are we drivers or just passengers?
How do we make the transition from change surfers to change makers… and how can we move from coping to driving without leaving good people behind?
Learn simple, battle-tested tools to help your people appreciate the difference between innovation and change and how to harness their passion and intellect to actually Make A Difference.


Jason Clarke

Mindworker
Minds at Work

In 1977, Jason Clarke achieved the lowest Year 12 score in the history of his school.
Today he’s one of the most sought-after creative minds in the country, but he thinks of himself a Plumber of the Mind, the guy you go to when your head gets clogged. As founder of Minds at Work, he’s been helping people ‘think again’ since the end of the last century, working with clients across Australia and overseas in virtually every industry and government sector on issues ranging from creativity and troubleshooting to culture change and leadership.
He doesn’t know what he’ll be doing in 2030 but he’s open to suggestions.


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