Adopting an Evolutionary Change Practice

Innovation, Design Thinking, Lean, Agile, Systems Thinking Each Rely on It

by
Kathryn Maloney M.A. ABS

A consulting advisor to leaders, founders and teams, Kathryn weaves systems change vision and initiatives into strategy, priorities, and operating from outcomes. From her wheelhouse, she taps into how you communicate, relate, operate, work, lead, and group think; infuses presence, power, and self-awareness onto broad, prioritised organisation strategy; and designs tangible change for your more coherent, modern, and future-forward system.

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, New York City

Why? So that you and your organization can suffer less.

Transformation and change as leaders and in organizational life are novel only in that somewhere along the way you may have been hoodwinked into believing they are about an end rather than a means.

Said differently, you might mistakenly have tried to use will, might, and ego rather than leveraging nature to create the right conditions for flow, progress, and evolving.

The decision to design and run your organization, function, team, and yourself within a model of progressive change and ongoing transformation is a conscious choice.

It is a leadership decision to look (rather than look away) at how your organization is or is not coherently working. As a matter of operating, as an expense line in your budget, and as a culture intention akin to any other operating costs. Through being awake to, listening, and allowing the moments, relationships, interactions, decisions, and intent to reflect back e.g. the coherence, you and your organization inform next actions, new innovations, write a different narrative and strategy, and design far better synergy.

Normalizing an active, conscious, and continuous ability to be awake and aware is the single greatest leadership decision you'll make.

Relentlessly interacting with and meeting the moments is the work of our lifetimes - and where you and your team will discover the greatest joy and growth in your work.

You’ve got this. x

by Kathryn Maloney M.A. ABS
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