A Change Management Speaker Who Inspires Action​

What if Making Change Happen is a 'Game of Inches'
With the right mindset and an achievable process?

As a change management speaker Nigel Collin helps organisations make change happen by working with leaders and their teams in two key areas. Mindset and Process.

The greatest collective loss of wealth happens within organisations because 70% of change programs simply don't work. And they don't work for two reasons. They have the wrong mindset, and they have the wrong process.

It's when your people take ownership of change, excellence thrives. But most people resist change because it seems too big, too hard and too scary. Change is achievable one small, doable step at a time. It is a 'Game of Inches'.

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Change management speaker Nigel Collin will inspire your people to shift their mindset and take action to achieve real, actionable change.

Through his research arm Ingenious Oz, he travels Australia to find business success stories, takes out the key learnings and presents them back to your audience.

Through his ability as a story teller, your delegates will walk away inspired with actionable ideas on how they can implement change immediately . As a keynote speaker he will share these with you and show you why his 'Game of Inches' change process is so successful.

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20 years in the world of business events.

A best-selling book on change management. A client list including Australian Government, IBM, Samsung, Pfizer, Plus many more….

Over the past three decades, change management speaker Nigel has advised C-Suite executives, Ministers of Parliament and entrepreneurs in both public and private sectors. As an international speaker, he has presented to organisations in industries like IT, Franchise, Events, Marketing, Finance, Pharmaceuticals, Government and Telecommunications.

He is founder of ‘Ingenious Oz Projectand ‘Game of Inches‘ business process
Nigel has spoken throughout the world including in the US, Canada, UK, Europe, Asia,  Australia and New Zealand. In 2017 he was awarded an events industry ‘Outstanding Contribution Award’, and is the only speaker in Australia to have ever won this.

Nigel has interviewed successful entrepreneurs like Janine Allis (founder of Boost Juice founder), John McGrath (founder of McGrath Real Estate ) and Siimon Reynolds (serial entrepreneur) along with CEO’s of major companies like Optus, CBA and Pfizer to name but a few.

All of his experiences in the business world come through in his presentations.
To learn more about Nigel’s approach visit his blog .

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What EXACTLY Will Change Management Speaker Nigel Collin Deliver At Your Conference Or Event?

Every presentation Nigel delivers is tailored based on your brief.

He will work with you to deliver a presentation that aligns with your key outcomes and business goals. Which means your audience leaves with an understanding of what personal and business improvement really is. By using real life case studies and examples, Nigel interacts with your audience in a way that will reflect and resonate with them. To give you an idea, here are a few things Nigel covers:

How to win the long game

How to make small innovations and improvements every day. And build them towards fundamental improvements in a business’s performance

Actions and behaviours of successful people

Actual everyday habits Nigel has personally observed in some of Australia’s most successful business leaders and how to apply them.

A concrete action plan

Unlike other speakers, he delivers a tailored, specific set of first steps to set your people on a clear path to improving the business through step by step process.

Game of Inches book

Published by Wiley, The Game of Inches lays out Nigel’s system of incremental change…and demonstrates through hundreds of interviews he did that it’s the SMALL things in a business that create the biggest long term results.

Here’s a taste of what you’ll find inside when you get your FREE copy today…

To find out more or make an inquiry, please get in touch.