Chris Edgelow is the founder and president of Sundance Consulting Inc., a consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations change. Educated in both Canada and the United States, Chris is based in Alberta and has worked extensively throughout North America as well as in many countries in Europe, Asia and Central America and the Middle East.
For the past twenty years, Chris has consulted with a diverse range of organizations in every sector of the economy, leading projects and facilitating programs in leadership, personal and organizational transformation and the changing world of work. He is a gifted facilitator and educator, and a dynamic, down-to-earth speaker. Chris has authored and published dozens of articles, booklets, workbooks and facilitator guides on topics relating to leadership in changing organizations. Predominantly practical in his approach, he helps leaders and managers in organizations recognize and tell the truth about the challenges they are facing so they can begin the process of finding a way through the chaos of complex change.
Chris has taught at the university level and speaks at many conferences every year on topics relating to the magic and mystery of people, organizations and change. The focus of his work centers on helping people and organizations grow through change to create work places that provide dignity and meaning for the human spirit.
Chris has worked with organizations in manufacturing, all levels of government, high tech, telecommunications, aviation, finance, insurance, pharmaceutical, defense, education, healthcare, consumer goods, utilities, chemical, oil and gas, transportation, research and the not-for-profit sector. You can contact Chris directly at email@example.com or learn more about his work at www.sundance.ca.
Industry Expertise (3)
Areas of Expertise (2)
Leading Complex Change
City University in Seattle WA: MA in Applied Behavioural Sciences, Leadership, Consulting & Change 1989
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Event Appearances (5)
BCHRMA PD Presentation Vancouver BC
Generations & Project Management
Ethier Associates - PD Presentation Calgary AB
Who's In Charge of Change?
PMI Conference Edmonton AB
Who's In Charge of Change?
American Society for Training & Development Global Conference Orlando FL
Business Analyst as Change Leader
Business Analyst Congress Ottawa ON
Sample Talks (1)
Who Is In Charge of Change?
Is there some confusion in your changing organization about who is actually in charge of all the projects? Is the Project Office or Middle Management? Perhaps it should be Human Resources or the Communication Department? Or is it the Senior Executives or the internal/external Change Management Professionals?
If there is some confusion, you are not alone. Many organizations are challenged by the roles required to ensure changes are successful and who needs to be clearly in charge.
This engaging and highly practical session will examine the various roles required to ensure your organization can successfully lead a constant flow of projects and determine where true ownership belongs. Building on a holistic model for leading constant change, we will assess how well your organization is currently doing at clarifying who actually is in charge.
1. Examine the critical ownership roles for leading constant change.
2. Assess how well your organization is currently fulfilling each of these roles.
3. Outline a plan to improve project ownership in your organization.
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