Dr. Heidi Forbes Öste chats with Natasha Todorovic-Cowan, is the CEO and co-founder of the National Values-Center Consulting (and owner of SPIRAL DYNAMICS® brand).
Whether your challenges are resistance to change, cultures in conflict, strategic partnerships, dysfunctional teams, or strategic change implementation, Natasha’s experience includes unraveling the people side of organizational challenges from C-suite to shop floor using a proven human systems approach.
For over 25 years Natasha has been working with leaders, consultants, coaches, and organizations applying her proprietary SPIRAL DYNAMICS® cultural DNA survey, leadership assessments, and change readiness index to predict hurdles to change. Her techniques for handling corporate change are rooted in 70 years of research and application in a variety of industries and sectors. She has delivered over 200+ SPIRAL DYNAMICS® certification programs in 14+ countries and on 5 continents! She has spoken at the World Future Society Conference on the future of work and running online programs since 2010 helping people connect and understand human factors through technological tools as well as in person.
Every relationship, whether with the self, another person, or technological, transforms the brain and the being. In a work 4.0 environment, understanding the changing nature of human nature is more critical than ever. In a world where more information is being uploaded each day than any person can consume in multiple lifetimes, overwhelm and disorientation are common. New ways of relating and organizing are emerging and together we can learn to cope more effectively.
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