ACMP UK Virtual Panel Discussion: How do we turn the dial on delivering virtual change management in the current Covid-19 environment?
Over the past few months we have experienced monumental transformational change, on a global scale that has not occurred in decades. A key question on people’s minds at the moment has become, “What will be the ‘new’ normal, and how do we deliver change?”
We have brought together a wide range of different perspectives and experiences with industry experts from HR, technology, and workplace. We will be taking a look at how we can keep people engaged in this new environment and going forward. So come join us on Wednesday, 7th of October from 1-2pm UK time to hear from our panel of experts.
Our virtual panel includes (bios below):
- (Panel lead) Jennifer Bryan, Director of Events at ACMP and Change and Leadership Director at ABChange Consultancy Ltd
- David D'Souza, Membership Director, CIPD (Chartered Institute Professional Development)
- Lee Daniels, Global Product Manager, Workplace & Occupancy Strategy and EMEA Experience Lead at JLL
- Ijoema Omira, Change Management Specialist, Independent Consultancy
- Tim Smith, Chief of Staff, Microsoft UK
- James Filus, Managing Director, National Association of Shopfitters
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Panel member bios
Jennifer Bryan is a practicing Change Consultant, who has worked with over 30 different organisations across multiple industries for over 20 years. She is also a Non-Executive Board Member of the ACMP (Association of Change Management Professionals) UK Chapter. She believes in helping people - in whatever capacity she can - by making sure people are thought of first, last and throughout change projects and programmes. She has created a unique leading change framework, the ABChange Model, which has been published in peer review journals and several other articles, as well as, presented at multiple conferences and client leadership events. The Model is underpinned by accepted theories in leadership and change. It then builds upon them a framework which enables managers to create their own strategies and action plans, effecting specific change within their organisations.
David D'Souza joined the CIPD, the professional body HR and people development, in 2014 and has been its Membership Director since 2018. He previously worked as an independent consultant and has also held roles across a range of financial services and retail organisations. David is a respected and in demand speaker and writer on progressive HR and business practice, with his commentary regularly featuring in national media. He has expertise in a wide range of areas, including organisational development and culture, learning and development, corporate ethics, and the future of work. He is a Fellow of the Learning Performance Institute, the Centre for Evidence Based Management and the RSA - as well as being a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD.
Lee Daniels is JLL Global Product Manager Workplace & Occupancy Strategy and EMEA Experience Lead with a strong track record designing, developing and executing global Real Estate and workplace strategies, and delivering best in class workplace environments for global clients. With nearly 20 year’s experience working in blue-chip organisations in national and international markets, Lee has acquired skills in dealing effectively in managing property and facilities, change management, business development programmes, and managing projects. Lee prides himself on the ability to build robust lasting relationships and is renowned to providing innovation solutions to ‘age old’ problems. His strengths lie in his ability to provide strategic advice, along with executing the strategic plan.
Ijeoma Omira is a successful Organisational Change Management Consultant who has worked in both the public and private sectors for over 20 years. She has worked predominantly on large business transformation initiatives involving ERP implementations, and her key strengths are effective stakeholder management and behavioural change. Ijeoma is often described as a natural leader with first class engagement and communication skills. She also has a Business Information Technology degree, programme and project certifications, and is an Institute of Leadership & Management approved Trainer.
Tim Smith – bio to be added soon
James Filus is the Director of the National Association of Shopfitters (NAS) and has held the position since January 2019. The NAS has represented the shopfitting, fit-out and interior contracting sector across the UK for over 100 years. Since joining the NAS James has formed a new team, comprising of operations, marketing, events and training, that collectively work to promote, support and develop the association’s members. Prior to joining the NAS, James held positions at the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham and the IPCC (Independent Police Complaints Commission) – where he was responsible for a number of change programmes.