Laugh, Learn, Lead.
Jeanette Cremor (or JC to most) is engaging with her guest interviews to share stories and provide powerful insights. In her solo episodes she talks through relevant topics, shares her lessons and recommends practical actions. The show helps teams get clear on priorities, overcome challenges, improve processes, implement systems and be better people leaders.
Season 2 (2020) theme is “simplify your systems to amplify your results”.
Jeanette believes business projects are the change vehicles for convenience, consistency and connection in the digital world. Investing in the right business projects at the right time is your competitive edge. The episodes will explore topics around the three business system pillars – people, process and technology.
Season 1 (2019) explored the complexity of digital transformations and what is important for Project Sponsors and Project Managers to deliver successful change in their organisation.
The Project Ecosystem ® was created by Jeanette as a planning and implementation framework bringing together her 20+ years of project and change leadership experience – from ideas to results.
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We both love systems and have a science background. It is a special milestone episode 50 that I share with Hazel Smirlis, the CEO and Founder of Compliance Lab.
With extensive experience in management consulting across the globe, in today’s episode I explore with Mark Dougall what shapes productivity in the workplace.
It’s wonderful to have with me on this episode award-winning CFO and Business Futurist Paula Kensington. She was awarded CFO of the Year (2013) in the Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting Excellence Awards and has driven huge business turnaround projects in her roles as CFO and COO in ASX technology companies and large UK and Internationally complex service businesses.
Maureen Kyne is a successful and popular facilitator, business motivator and crisis strategist. She is a seasoned investigator of bullying and discrimination who delivers prevention programs around the country to drive behavioural and cultural change.
Do you every feel something is easy and other times it seems hard. It’s because we are either aligned or in conflict with our strengths. For over 10 years I have invested in learning more about myself to be a better leader for others – my values, my beliefs, my strengths, my behaviours.
A behind the scenes share of process change lessons with JC and her team. Creating something new or different as a team is exciting, yet it can be faced with challenges. Some of the team may have experienced a similar change before, some may have the skills to understand what is expected and others maybe stepping into a whole new process so not sure if they should turn left or right.