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Change Can Be Child's Play

The right mindset for leaders in a winning team

By (author) Yves Van Durme


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  • Quirky view of leadership
  • Based on years of worldwide experience
  • Tailored to every team and every organisation
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Change management without clichés. Whether you are running a multinational or just running a family, change is not like a game of Monopoly, where your piece saunters sedately around the board from start to finish. Instead, it is much more like a game of Ludo, where you can have a number of pieces on the board at the same time, some of which are moving and some of which are not! This is just like in real life, because not moving is also a form of change management. With many years of worldwide experience, Yves Van Durme demonstrates how change can be much easier if you do not automatically regard it as a problem, but see it more as a question of the right mindset. In addition, you will learn more about his highly individualist views on leadership, in which the world of games is never far off. Whether you peruse the book from cover to cover or whether you just dip into it at random, by the end of your reading you will know exactly what kind of leader you are. You will also discover that change is really no more than child’s play.

About the Author

Yves Van Durme is Global Human Capital Leader at Deloitte. He combines his years of experience in change management with idiosyncratic vision on human dynamics. That vision dates back to the time of his youth in Africa and his career as a top sports coach.

Lannoo Publishers
15th Jun 2023
Paperback / softback
World excluding Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Switzerland & Scandinavia
240 mm x 170 mm
192 Pages
20 color
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