The New How: Thriving on change

The world is changing. At lightning-fast speed. This white paper looks at the main drivers for change in more detail and how you can prepare for ‘change3’.

“Monday 13 April: a man approached me as I was pricing up stock and asked, ‘I wonder if you can help me, I’m looking for self-help books’. I’m almost certain that he failed to see the irony, so I asked him what sort of self-help books he was looking for, to which he replied, ‘I don’t know’.”

Selling books isn’t easy. Shaun Bythell, author of a bestselling diary on life behind the till, Confessions of a Bookseller, understands this more than most: people looking for self-help know they need to do something. They know something has to change. But what? And how?

In-house lawyers can feel like they’ve wandered into a cavernous bookshop when trying to work out how to manage change in the years to come. The shelves groan with learned tomes, yet finding the right direction among the buckling woodwork is harder than it seems. Change is everywhere. Advice on dealing with it isn’t.

This white paper examines the three main drivers for change and how you can prepare for ‘change3’. And, most of all, thrive.

If you have any thoughts on this white paper or would like to discuss any of the issues raised in it, do get in touch.

All the best, 

Tony & David


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