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What are the ingredients for successful change in complex adaptive systems?

What do we know about change in complex adaptive systems? How do we prepare for optimal outcomes, how do we ensure we’ve considered and applied tools and strategies for success and is there any new and emerging thinking we need to consider?

With a background in psychology and organisational change and drawing on her extensive cross-sector insights in leading and adopting change in complex and varied systems, Aviva Bezon will help us get to the bottom of what we need to consider (no matter what your system throws at you!), why it’s important, and the practical side of how you too can step back into your own settings with the tools to set your change initiative up for success. 

Cathy Balding

Aviva Berzon

Aviva specialises in the areas of change, leadership, transformation, influential communication, and organisation dynamics, with a particular interest in supporting change through working at the individual and system level. 

Aviva moved from legal practice into consulting, facilitating leadership programs and providing executive coaching to a broad mix of public and private sector clients, including Department of Defence, Victoria Legal Aid, Telstra, CitiPower, NOVA Entertainment, RACV, Adairs, Ngai Tahu New Zealand, BHP, NAB and RHB –the third largest financial services group in Malaysia. 

Having worked in consulting and in-house Learning & Development roles, Aviva was most recently the Associate Director of Learning Consulting at Melbourne Business School, home to Australia’s #1 Executive MBA. Aviva brings real-world management and change leadership experience, combining subject matter expertise and business nous to deliver practical and relevant solutions, bringing her empathy and insight into what will make a real difference.