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“How much do you believe that your people understand and accept their individual need to change...”

This is the question that Executive Director Deborah Dickson, from SA Housing Authority, posed to the South Australian Government Organisational Development Community of Practice.

Sharing her personal experience of leading a MindNavigator program, Deborah spoke of the impact the program has had for participants that came together for this change experience:

MindNavigator addresses how people see themselves, how they show up, not just the work that they’re doing. It helps them understand the nature of change for individuals and invites them to consider change for themselves.’

To hear more from Deborah about MindNavigator’s impact in the Housing Authority, listen here:

 

AI Magazine Issue 3 2021

MindNavigator awarded Most Innovative Organisational Performance Optimisation Firm, 2021.

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MindNavigator awarded Top 10 Most Innovative Companies for Organisational Development APAC 2020.

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How to build a great law firm culture

Our Director of Human-centred Development, Amy Gilmore, was interviewed for an article in the Law Society Journal on How to build a great law firm culture.  Find out how...

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Using technology to build a great finance culture.

MindNavigator’s Ami Cook interviewed with AMEX Chief Future Officer about using technology to build culture by developing and changing how people think, feel and behave.

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Diversity beyond social agenda.

As a key driver of innovation and business growth, as well as employee retention, diversity remains a critical factor in business success. - Ami Cook, Founder of MindNavigator

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You may have technical proficiency but are your soft skills up to scratch?

MindNavigator Founder, Ami Cook, interviewed with the Australian Computer Society about the importance of ‘human-centric’ skills for the future of work.