A vision for change

Any change, whether an individual or an organisational change can feel like a jump with a trapeze.  We may need a few practice rounds, a safety-net before we are able to let go of the bar and make our jump. It can feel too risky for some, and exciting for others. Often, we stay at the platform and stare at the depth without being able to move, only to imagine.  ODC provides training and coaching that prepares individuals and teams to turn this imagination into reality, enabling them to make that jump, creating something new.

Building a Change Capability in HR

A client needed their global HR network to be able to deal with the many changes expected in their pharma sector. Change fatigue was common. Janine developed an emergent change management programme to build HR’s change capability so that the organisation could be ‘always ready’.

Transition Coaching

Coaching of individuals who, in order to get to the next level, needed to transition from technical specialist to management. Through coaching, clients were able to find balance in the triangle of tensions between their authentic self, what was expected from them and what emerged in their direct environment.

Agility Coaching

In the process of rolling out a large-scale emergent change project, the team applied agile techniques to ensure the project was successful. Coaching was provided to facilitate the adoption of this agile process.

„I worked with Janine as part of a global L&D initiative and rollout for 90,000 employees. She is a wonderful partner with excellent OD, change and L&D expertise and was critical to the success of the project. A joy to work and engage with!“ Global Head, Leadership and Employee Development.

„Janine worked with our team to help us create and deliver our Capability strategy – she’s a superb consultant, one size does not fit all – she delivers an authentic and sustainable product and listens to feedback and shapes content/approach accordingly. Thank you for all your support Janine and the legacy of learning you’ve left with us.“ Senior Manager, Capability, Communication and Engagement.

„Thank you for the fantastic session, it was a real eye opening to realise that many of the problems when delegating a task is how we communicate, regardless of our good intentions.“ Participant, leadership development group coaching.

About Janine

Janine is an organisational development consultant and an experienced coach, group facilitator and designer of workshops. Janine has over 15 years’ experience in organisational development and coaching in Asia Pacific, London and Vienna. She has specialised her work in agility, teaming and emergent change. 

Her work focuses on organizational change, team and individual coaching where being in contact with oneself and others is the primary focus. How we relate to others, the project or organisations deeply effects how well we feel and how we impact our work and the world.

Her work is grounded in Gestalt philosophy, which trusts that people are self-organising and can develop their own creative solutions to their situation. Some of these solutions, or habits, may have been successful in the past and may not be as effective in the current situation. Through experimenting in the current situation with new behaviours, people can learn new ways and let go of old habits. In her coaching and workshops, she focuses on the here and now, experimentation and inquire with individuals and teams into a vision for the new situation.

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