Haydn Thomas Monday's Keynote
"It is not the strongest of the species that survive; nor the most intelligent that survive. It is the one that is most adaptable to change". Charles Darwin said this more than 150 years ago. He understood more about survival than most organisations do today.
Keynote Title: "The Language of Change"
As program and project managers, business analysts and change managers, we are the adapters of change in our organisations, providing the tactical skills and mechanisms to effect the initiatives required by our organisations to not only survive, but flourish.
What many in the project disciplines face is a gap in the delivery principles and the organisational language to effect the changes. How many times have you been called to present to senior stakeholders about the major initiative that will assist your organisation achieve their goals? Then, just minutes in to your presentation, you glance around the group and all the faces in front of you are looking at you as if you were speaking Mongolian.
If only you could reach them in an efficient and effective manner, using a language that they understand.
Haydn has over 20 years of real world experience in portfolio, program and project management, business analysis and change management. He has worked extensively in large international and domestic banks, government organisations and solution providers. In addition, Haydn has worked with start-up companies in defining and implementing structure, business solutions, leadership, change, competencies and efficiencies.
Haydn's record of achievement with developing and negotiating structured programs are based on his excellent creative direction, passion for quality, delivering on promises and professional approach. Haydn has provided services to clients across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Middle East & North America.
Haydn is following his passion of sharing his experiences through course facilitation, consulting, coaching, capability maturity and national speaking engagements.
He was also rated "Best Speaker" at BAW Melbourne and Sydney 2011!