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What readers are
"Change Happens provides
a treasure chest of research and experience-based advice using a definitive
framework to help leaders navigate the challenges of change. Many unique
observations and clearly defined goals, which once revealed to the reader are
instantly seen as essential. Keeping with her respectful style, Beth guides you
through a myriad of options to complement your needs and interests. The answers
are contained within, so enjoy the read."
-Gina M Donaldson,
Senior Managing Consultant, Strategy and Transformation, Global
"In Change Happens: Your Guide to
Navigating Change Using the 5C Model, Beth Page provides far more than a
discussion of organizational change. Beth generously shares her 5C model,
developed over eight years of consulting and partnering with organizations. This
book explains each of the dimensions of change and gives reflection questions
and action steps to empower us to successfully navigate or lead change from any
point in the process. The elegance of this model is demonstrated by integrating
the power of honoring relationships and values, and bringing employees into the
initiative early and keeping them engaged throughout the process. Further to
giving us a model to navigate change, Beth enhances our opportunity for success
by explaining where a change initiative might have become stuck and offering
simple solutions to get it back on track. In a book that is as important to
leaders as it is to HR professionals, consultants and employees, Beth has
eloquently inspired us to improve our competency, productivity, and success in
dealing with change initiatives. As a student of Beth’s I have seen her live the
lessons she provides in this book in a spirit of inquiry and curiosity while
honoring others and encouraging them to be fully present and engaged."
– Jean Hankel, MA,
Canadian Oil and Gas Industry, HR-Learning Transfer
Happens is written in a style that is engaging and respectful of the
reader. It is condensed yet full of easy to digest information,
presented in a conversational, inclusive tone. It provides awareness,
provokes thought and stimulates connection to your workplace. And just
when you come to appreciate that you could use some help, the tools
appear that invite you to formulate a practical, conscious map to
successful change implementation and a sustained positive workplace."
Broadcasting Industry, HR Manager
What readers are
Beth's chapter, "Connecting Heart and Mind: The Secret to Being Awake
and Fully Alive at Work," is a stimulating invitation to self
empowerment in the workplace. It is succinct, well written, and wise.
The six secrets she describes are accessible to all of us, provided we
are willing to cultivate the focus required to master them. Each is
presented clearly and simply, together with exercises for practicing
them. I found this a thoroughly worthwhile piece."
Harrison, Author of Consultant's Journey: A Dance of Work and Spirit
"If I were limited to a one word review of your chapter, it would simply
be enchanting! My mind kept saying yes to all of your 'secrets'. Your
advice is wise and your ability to add practical exercises to allow the
reader to experience the truth of your point of view is wonderful."
Organization Development Consultant and Contributing Author to
Reinventing the Organization
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What readers are saying
about Done Deal: Your Guide to Merger and Acquisition Integration
Concise, grounded, relevant and practical. Beth Page's research and
5-C model provide a framework that works in language that is easy to
understand and explain. Over the past 18 months, my colleagues and I
successfully applied the 5-C model with our VP clients. The model
and supporting data provided a road map for both our contracting and
consulting process. In the end, this uncomplicated book served as
the foundation for the most significant and successful integration
work in our organization's history.
-Mike L. Maughlin, Senior
People Development Consultant, The Children's Hospital, Denver,
I found this book to be an
immediate boost to my consulting career. After reading it I was able
to convey to my prospects and clients a substantial understanding of
negotiating the turbulent waters of M&A. The book is filled with
concise yet powerful tools that truly work. If you want to actually
HELP your company or your clients instead of just understand them,
use this book.
Done Deal is an excellent, practical resource guide for
organizations about to experience M & A. This book is an important
reminder that people matter and it offers a way to move through the
process with integrity.
book captures the critical importance of the human dimension in
M&As. Leaders must recognize that the financial and strategic
value of an acquisition is preserved and maximized when the
people are valued, the culture is respected and the integration
process is well-managed.”
—Diana Smallridge, President, International Financial Consulting
I found the book to be a very practical guide. When I am working
with managers, they don't want to hear just theory...they want to
know: "What do I do next?" This book helps to answer that question
for each phase in the process.
frequently fail because of cultural incompatibility between the
merging organizations. This clear, easy-to-understand book provides
essential, research-based methodologies to use for merging cultures,
not just companies. Use it for a quick, just-in-time guide to make
you an invaluable member of your company's leadership team."
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