Andrew Day, formerly a member of faculty of our Masters in Executive Coaching discussed his new book ‘Disruption, Change and Transformation in Organisations’, during a webinar which examined the emotional strain and challenges of disruption, studies the nature of organisation transformation and discussed what can be done to develop an organisation’s capacity to adapt and thrive in turbulent environments.
It is broadly known that an organisation’s long-term survival increasingly rests on its adaptive capacity, its ability to continuously change and transform itself. Yet, people experience ongoing and fundamental change as disorientating and unsettling because it challenges accepted assumptions and identities.
Andrew gave an outline of the central arguments of his book 'Disruption, Change and Transformation in Organisations', delving into the implications for leaders and discussed how coaches have a role in supporting leaders through periods of disruptive change.
Watch the full webinar recording below!