How to lead change at pace WITH your people


What if your teams welcomed change and were more resourceful and responsive during the process? Discover FHOCAL, a revolutionary new model for leading change built on positive psychology.

Given the shared global trauma we've experienced, increasingly blurred boundaries between working and personal lives, the interconnectedness of the communities we belong to, and the seismic challenges we still face, what does this mean for leaders and leadership in our organisations now?

In 2019, Co-Creation sought a change management model to support and enhance its strengths-based solutions. Having thoroughly explored both the evidence and solutions in OD, including appreciative inquiry techniques, we identified a gap in the change management field.

Together with our extensive group of consultants, we developed FHOCAL, which brings together the most important principles and best models in positive psychology, to create a unique way of thinking about and delivering change.

Co-Creation is passionate about helping leaders, practitioners and individuals to find better ways to embrace change with a positive mindset. Since the pandemic started, we have seen a real need for a new way of thinking about and approaching change.

We want to share this new approach with you to enable leaders to make a difference in your organisations. As a result of attending you will

  • Understand and have access to the tools to help your organisation put in place strategies and approaches that increase leader, team, and individual resourcefulness.
  • Have insights into developing people's mindset around the pace of change and building resilience in teams to adapt quickly and flexibly to ever-changing environments.
  • Gain knowledge about key positive psychology models helping to drive engagement, diversity and trust in teams; and ideas about how to apply these to design, lead and deliver change effectively and engagingly.

This event is part of series of OD Special Interest Group sessions exploring 'What next for leadership?' All sessions are ideal for senior OD practitioners or those aspiring to work at this level. We also welcome HR and business leaders keen to learn more about Organisational Development and Leadership.

About Co-Creation Group

Co-Creation is a rapidly growing consultancy, built on the strength and breadth of a highly experienced team of consultant trainers, coaches and psychologists.

The team has extensive people and OD solutions experience across a wide range of industries, public, private and third sectors. The team is united by a common passion for positive psychology and strengths & mindset solutions and works in partnership with its clients, creating novel and innovative bespoke solutions to people challenges based on evidence and thought leadership from the team's fields of expertise.

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Dave Harrison

Dave Harrison is the founder and Managing Director of Co-Creation Group. Dave has over 20 years experience working with SME’s, large corporations and public sector organisations. This has included managing and implementing change programmes across organisations and operating in both line and matrix structures.

He is a coach and mentor and provides facilitation, input and guidance to help individuals and organisations drive both personal and organisational strategies forward.

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Rebecca Stevens

Rebecca Stevens has 19 years experience working for organisations in the recruitment, assessment and development arenas. She is an Occupational Psychologist registered with the Health Care Professions Council, a Chartered Psychologist registered with the British Psychological Society and an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation.

Rebecca has experience working in the Technology, Energy, Engineering, Retail, Financial Services, Legal, Ombudsman, Care/Hospice, Charity, Central and Local Government sectors. She is passionate about applying psychology to elevate businesses and individuals’ engagement and performance.

She has a particular interest in supporting organisations to change their story about how they design and manage the increasing need for rapid and continuous change.

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