I’ve been a victim of a broken system as well as a champion for changing it.My message is simple: Nobody works in isolation, so change is everybody’s job.
But that’s the way we’ve always done it!
This is the most dangerous defence you’ll ever hear as an argument against change. Not every flawed process will result in death, but blind allegiance to corporate tradition is definitely a profit killer.Organisations that want to succeed need to constantly challenge the status quo from within and without. My job is to inspire audiences to question how things are done, by relating how a culture of complacency almost killed me.The results are an engaged workforce that isn't afraid to improve the systems we all rely on!