5 ways to help your team navigate the fear of change

25.02.20 02:54 PM By Luisa Wing - Comment(s)

There’s been a lot of movement in the field of change management in the last two years, including the sentiment that “Change management is dead”. For the most part, I agree with the idea that you don’t need a specific methodology or process for change because you can’t truly “manage” change. Especia...

Three mindset shifts your people will need for the future of work

22.01.20 07:19 AM By Luisa Wing - Comment(s)

The nature of work has already fundamentally changed, yet I am still seeing leaders and teams operate like it’s 2002. A recent report from the McKinsey Global Institute predicted that by 2030 roughly 14% of the global workforce might need to switch occupational categories. Seventy-five million to 3...

The role of motives and truth in building resilience through change

17.07.18 01:11 PM By Luisa Wing - Comment(s)

Over the last 18 months of building Vermelho, I have talked about managing change and building resilience in teams a lot! I have interviewed and coached countless team members and their leaders and have read fascinating philosophical and psychological works by Jordan Peterson, Carl Jung, Angela Duck...

How to inspire courage through disruptive change

14.08.17 12:45 PM By Luisa Wing - Comment(s)

Every now and then, I bring myself back to a story written in 2014 by Soup Company Campbell’s CEO. It’s called “The Main Ingredient of Change” and offers a snapshot of the massive change and reform the company went through as they diversified into new markets. I particularly love how honest the stor...

Darwin's Survival of the Most Responsive to Change

07.04.17 05:24 PM By Luisa Wing - Comment(s)

At a Community Sector earlier this year, a comment was made about how the large amount of new charities being registered each year is being matched by the same amount winding down. This made me wonder why some organisations thrive, while others perish. Why do some make large profits, while othe...