Nigel Collin is a change and leadership expert helping organisations make change happen by creating a mindset that change is a ‘Game of Inches’ and putting in place an achievable process of consistent and actionable steps.
Most people resist change because it seems too big, too hard and too scary. But change is achievable one small, doable step at a time. Change succeeds when a ‘Game of Inches’ philosophy is applied, rather than focusing on a one-off event.
The greatest collective loss of wealth happens within organisations because 70% of change initiatives simply don’t work. And they don’t work for two reasons. Firstly, they have the wrong mindset and secondly, they have the wrong process.
Nigel has a passion for understanding why businesses and organisations are successful. Through his research arm ‘Ingenious Oz Project’ and as the author of ‘Game of Inches’, he has analysed, over many years, 100s of successful businesses and distilled it into a process for change.
It is when your leaders and their teams take ownership of change and work towards it each and every day that excellence thrives.
Through Nigel’s ability as a storyteller, your audience will walk away inspired with actionable ideas they can implement immediately back in the workplace. He will share these with you and show you why his ‘Game of Inches’ process is so successful.
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