ChamberLIVE: How To Lead Change Well – A Practical Workshop with Lucy Trueman

In 2020 organisations changed at a pace previously unseen or not thought possible. Now, almost a year on the pandemic and its many challenges remain but what does that mean for business? For health care? For local government? For the third sector?

Following on from their White Paper which highlighted the key learnings from 2020, Trueman Change polled their network to find out what the change priorities were for 2021 and have teamed up with East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce to help organisations from all sectors better manage those changes.

  • Is your organisation considering making remote working permanent?
  • Are you facing restructures and role changes?
  • Is technology going to drive the changes in your organisation in the months ahead?
  • Have you had to change not just the way you work but what you do?

Discover how ready your organisation actually is for change and get the simple tools and techniques to lead change well for the good of your employees, your organisation and those you serve.

This event is free to attend. Non-members welcome. 

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About the speaker:

Lucy Trueman is the Managing Director and Founder of Trueman Change Limited. Heading up a growing team of experts, together they offer change and project management services with extensive experience across public, private and third sectors.

Lucy has been driving change programmes in complex organisations for over 15 years and has spent the last year working with public sector organisations supporting their post covid planning and recovery. She is a member of the Change Management Institute, a board member at People’s Powerhouse (a community interest group working to amplify the voices of the people of the North) and has authored a white paper on change management during COVID.

Where priorities and change agendas are often multi layered, Lucy pulls on a mixture of change and project management techniques to suit the organisation, but at the heart of any successful transformation is a strong emphasis on people and culture to ensure change is not only understood and supported but delivered.