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Dr. Josie McLean’s “Big Little Shifts: A Practitioners Guide to complexity for organisational change and adaptation”.

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What readers are saying (it’s good!)

Really enjoyed this book and looking forward to reading it again, given all the takeaways. Great and practical insights on contributing to transformational change through engagement of others and adaptive leadership approaches. Very relevant for business strategy or social movements. Highly recommend for anyone wanting to support change through evidence informed leadership effort.” Kate Rush

An easy to digest workbook on change leadership in complex times. This pragmatic book introduces the concept of the leader as a gardener, cultivating desirable attributes and potential within their organisations. It discusses the joys of living life experimentally, trusting the process and being comfortable with change – Plus as every workbook should, it has plenty of practical activities to help the practitioner develop their capabilities in these areas.” Faith Coleman

Across Friday and Saturday I read your book. I loved it. So well written, so easy to understand and such good sense. So very useful. I’ve highlighted and written in there (very difficult for me to do in a lovely new book, but I saw such parallels with the work we’re doing and great reminders and points to focus on, that I was fully engaged and needing to get the pencil – not pen – and highlighter into action) and thoroughly enjoyed the read. Very inspiring and such great guidance.” Sarah Rhead, Manager Organisational Development, Helping Hand.

“I highly recommend this easy to read, practical and transformative book from Josie McLean, PhD. If you are looking at transforming your organisation or adapting to changes in this unprecedented times, this is the book for you. The reflection questions at the end of each chapter are thought provoking.” Boo Hooi Jimmy Khoo, Senior Project Officer, Program Development & Delivery at Department for Correctional Services.