Change Manager Certification Helping clients create individual and organizational change

In May 2018, Bellwether Strategies principal consultant Natasha Chetty completed the Prosci (pronounced “pro-sigh”) change management certification program in Banff, Alberta.

A Simple Formula for Change Turn good ideas into good strategies

Successful change initiatives require four critical components.

The Blog is Back An extended break is good for the soul. And for business.

The Bellwether Blog is back in action after a long hiatus. Thanks for your patience. Here’s a preview of what’s in store and an explanation for the publishing break.

ACMP Vancouver Member Profile Natasha Chetty featured in December Newsletter

The Association of Change Management BC Chapter (ACMP) interviewed Bellwether Strategies principal Natasha Chetty for its December member newsletter. ACMP is dedicated to advancing the discipline and the profession of change management, while supporting its members in developing individual and organizational change capabilities. Read the interview below and learn more about ACMP by visiting their […]

Influencing Organizational Culture through Office Design How changes to a workspace create changes to a workplace

Office design speaks volumes about firm culture and brand.

Change Management for Communications Consultants IABC/BC Meeting - May 31, 2017, Vancouver, BC

Join the IABC/BC Independent Communicators Special Interest Group on May 31, 2017 to share best practices in communicating organizational change initiatives. This will be our last meeting of the IABC programming year.

Bellwether Strategies Client wins Community Service Award Recognition for Gordon Holley, CPA, CA of Humanity Financial Management

Gordon Holley, CPA, CA and President and CEO of Humanity Financial Management in West Vancouver honoured with the Distinguished Community Service Award from the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC).

To Succeed Where Others Fail Planning a strong start to your firm’s transformation

True breakthroughs in organizational change require spending an equal amount of attention to content, people and process.

Why Face Time Matters More than Ever

Increasing one-on-one meetings with direct reports could be the easiest way to improve firm management. It could also be the most rewarding.