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In an effort to continue to share the best Change Management Insights and Knowledge (in a way that’s easy to digest and keeps you in the know) I’ve created The Change Source Podcast Show. I will record an episode each week to provide you with change management  tips and interviews with experts from around the world to help you  successfully implement organizational change.

The Change Source podcast show is hosted by Emma Murphy.

Episode 12  - Interview with Dianne Crampton, TIGERS(R) Success Series


Dianne founded the TIGERS(R) model for team development and team work in 1987. In 1990 she formed TIGERS(R) Success Series to serve motivated leaders and teams looking for collaborative solutions to refine and improve their team work. She is also the author of Tigers Among Us which describes breakthrough practices for instilling collaboration in teams of two to hundreds.

To find out more, please visit:

TIGERS Success Series

Tigers Among Us

Episode 11 – Interview with Tim Kuppler, The Culture Advantage


Tim is founder of The Culture Advantage and and co-author of a new book, Build the Culture
Advantage, Deliver Sustainable Performance with Clarity and Speed
. He has led many organizations through major culture alignment efforts with a high level of involvement, teamwork, and rapid performance improvement.  Tim formed the Culture Advantage and to provide education and consulting to help organizations
deliver sustainable performance through clear culture alignment efforts.

To find out more please visit:

Build The Culture Advantage

Culture University

Follow Tim on Twitter: @TimKuppler

Episode 10 – Interview with Debbie Nicol, business en motion

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Debbie is the managing director for ‘business en motion’, she leads change initiatives, selects international facilitation opportunities, participates as a key note speaker and designs curricula for the e-Learning arena across Asia and the GCC. Debbie has developed embers, which is a process model for change aligned to today’s world of new outcomes for self and organisation. To support this model she has authored two books and their companion workbooks: Corporate Embers/Become in the Corporate World and Travelling Embers/Become in your Personal World.

To find out more please visit:

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Embers of the World

Books - Become…In Your Personal World and Become… In The Corporate World

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Episode 9 – Interview with Lori Silverman, Partners for Progress


Lori owns Partners for Progress, a management consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations think and act differently in order to ratchet up their performance. She’s authored five books along with hundreds of articles and workbooks and has just launched her latest book “Business Storytelling For Dummies” which she co-authored with Karen Dietz. You can get both Kindle and paperback versions of the book at Amazon.

As a business strategist, Lori helps organizations to create and implement breakthrough strategic plans as well as successfully carry out large, messy changes. On the subjects of schmoozing, organizational change, and using story techniques at work, she’s highly sought as a keynote speaker because of her practical, results-driven, highly energized and enthusiastic approach and magical stories that inspire audiences to take action.

To find out more please visit:

“Business Storytelling for Dummies” available in Paperback and Kindle on Amazon (3 books on biz storytelling and free articles) (Lori’s company) (about “Wake Me Up When the Data Is Over”; free articles) (about “Stories Trainers Tell” and stories to use and purchase)
“Business Storytelling for Dummies” available in Paperback and Kindle on Amazon

Episode 8 – Interview with Daryl Conner, Conner Partners


In this episode I interview Daryl Conner from Conner Partners, Daryl is the chairman of Conner Partners, an Atlanta-based consulting firm that specializes in transformation implementation. He is an internationally recognized leader in organizational change and serves as an advisor and mentor to senior executives around the globe. With more than 39 years of practice, Daryl has worked with many of the most successful organizations in the world, including Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and non-profit institutions, to help them achieve the full intent of their most urgent and critically important initiatives. He has authored two books – Managing at the Speed of Change and Leading at the Edge of Chaos and more than 250 publications.

Click here to listen: Episode 8 – Interview with Daryl Conner

Conner Partners

Daryl’s Blog


Episode 7 – Interview with Phil Eastman II, The Leadership Advisors Group


In this episode I interview Phil Eastman from The Leadership Advisors Group, he combines more than 30 years of leadership experience with his passion for developing leaders, building teams, and enhancing performance. He is also the author of The Character of Leadership: An Ancient Model for a Quantum Age and Dimensional Strategy: A Leader’s Guide to Building a Strategic Plan. The Leadership Advisors Group have developed a Change Engagement model to support leaders of change which engages leaders to formulate strategies for change and then equips them to drive the implementation of those strategies.

Please visit the website for more information: The Leadership Advisors Group

Click here to listen: Episode 7 – Interview with Phil Eastman


Episode 6 – Interview with Lisa Jackson, Corporate Culture Pros


In this episode I interview Lisa Jackson, who is a Principal at Corporate Culture Pros. Lisa is author of two books: “Transforming Corporate Culture: 9 Natural Truths for Being Fit to Compete” and “Culture Builder Toolkit – A Guidebook for Measuring and Aligning Culture to Strategy”. In this episode Lisa shares her insights on leadership’s role in changing organizational culture.

Please visit the website for more information: Corporate Culture Pros

Click here to listen to: Episode 6 – Interview with Lisa Jackson


Episode 5 – Interview with Jeannene La Marsh, La Marsh Global


In this episode I interview Jeanenne La Marsh who founded La Marsh Associates (which is now La Marsh Global) in 1979 and since then the organization has worked with hundreds of clients including Harley Davidson, Bank of America, Motorola, The World Bank and many more. Jeanenne’s latest book is Change Better: Survive – and Thrive – During Change at Work and Throughout Life which we discuss as part of the show today.

Please visit the website for for information: La Marsh Global

Click here to listen to: Podcast Episode 5 – Interview with Jeannene La Marsh


Episode 4 – Interview with Marcella Bremer, OCAI online


In this episode I interview Marcella Bremer, she has been working on organizational culture for many years and also established “Kikker Groep”, a European consultancy company that specializes in changing organizational culture. Marcella is author of the excellent book. “Organizational Culture Change: Unleashing your Organization’s Potential in Circles of 10” which is a must read for anyone who is looking to understand their organizational current culture and work with small groups of 10 to move towards a desired future state. She founded OCAI Online which offers the Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument (OCAI) which has been adapted from the assessment developed by Cameron and Quinn. To take a culture assessment for your organization today please visit:

Click here to listen to: Episode 4 – Interview with Marcella Bremer


Episode 3 - Interview with Roland Sullivan on Whole System Transformation

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In this episode I interview Mr Roland Sullivan who has been named as one of the original 100 change agents, he has led change efforts with over 1,000 organizations in 30 countries and he has written and contributed to multiple organizational development books. His company is Sullivan Transformation Agents and he developed the whole system transformation programme which he explains on this podcast. Please visit Roland’s website for more information:

LinkedIn Group: Accelerated Talent Management

Click here to listen: Episode 3 – Interview with Roland Sullivan 


Episode 2 – Emma Murphy – How to create a compelling change vision

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In this episode, I share tips and ideas for how to create a compelling vision  for your change initiative by providing some actionable tips and explaining the importance of clarifying the purpose and why of the change before the what and the how. Please visit accompanying blog post: How compelling is your change vision for more information.

Click here to listen: Episode 2 – How to create a compelling change vision


Episode 1 - Emma Murphy – How to create a change management communications campaign

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In this episode, I share 5 steps to help prepare a communications campaign to support your change effort and to increase awareness and engagement. Please visit accompanying blog post: Effective communications start with a clear strategy for more information.

Click here to listen: Episode 1 – How to create a change management communications campaign

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