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Adaptive leadership inspires trust in times of change | Go beyond disruption

3 years ago · 29 min listen

"Make sure you engage any resisters in your change process as if they're there to help...but they just don't know how yet".

A speaker at AICPA & CIMA's forthcoming CFO 2019 Conference in Chicago, Dr. Jeremy Lurey is an internationally respected organisational consultant who has worked at both PwC and Andersen Consulting.

Now President & CEO of Los Angeles-based Plus Delta Consulting and Practice Lead for SingerLewak’s People & Change Management Advisory Services, he tells Kyle Hannan (AICPA & CIMA, London) how he partners with clients to improve performance and drive adoption of change.

Talking Points:

  • The crucial elements of transformation.

  • Change-management.

  • The importance of communications.

  • Delivering successful transformation across the organisation, and that includes the C-Suite.

  • Supporting people to adopt change.

  • Working with those that resist it.

  • Getting projects back on track.

Our Guest:

Before establishing Plus Delta and joining SingerLewak, Dr. Lurey has worked with CBS, Disney, Global Cold Chain Alliance, Health Net, Hulu, Marriott, Midwest Refrigerated, Minnesota Freezer, Mozilla, MTC Logistics, Nestlé, Novartis, Pioneer, Raytheon, Red Bull, Ritz-Carlton, Southern California Edison & St. Joseph Health System.

Dr. Lurey has particular expertise in change-management, talent management, technology adoption, process improvement, strategic planning, and leadership and team development. In addition to his work as a consultant, he regularly presents at professional conferences and seminars. He has also authored several publications on change management, organisation-development, succession-planning, leadership excellence, and family business.

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