Margot Cairnes is a highly respected leader and corporate advisor to Boards and CEO’s of multinational companies addressing critical issues in management, leadership and business. She is creative, visionary and intuitive.
Margot’s work in organisational transformation has the proven, researched capacity to turn companies around on both tight financial and time frameworks. Recently Margot has been awarded the honour of being included as one of “2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century”, a credit bestowed on only 2000 of the world’s foremost contemporary thinkers.
Margot is the Founder and Chairman of The Change Dynamic, an international management consultancy specializing in leadership and organizational transformation programmes individually tailored for global enterprises and global leaders. She has been named ‘One of the Great Minds of the 21st Century’ by the American Biographical Institute and ‘One of the 2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century’ by the International Biographical Centre, Cambridge. Margot is a pioneer in her field. She is creative, visionary and intuitive – using these qualities to assist people in bridging the tremendous gap between the mechanistic ways of business in the past, and the new paradigms for business in the future. These values centre around honest relationships, understanding, vision and determination. Margot’s work is about communicating a meaningful and effective way of relating, and placing the work of business within the broader context of society. She a highly respected leader and corporate advisor to Boards and CEO’s of multinational companies addressing critical issues in management, leadership and business. Drawing from her vast international work with companies such as BP Oil, Mobil Oil Europe, BHP, Telstra, The Reserve Bank of Australia, BT, Chas AMP, DuPont Australasia, Greater Union Cinemas and the Australia Taxation Office, Margot talks about her multifaceted innovative approach and how it has been used to identify and solve the problems facing organisations today. Margot’s work in organisational transformation has the proven, researched capacity to turn companies around on both tight financial and time frameworks. Her leading edge methodologies produce massive results including setting world benchmarks, creating industrial community and personal innovations and increasing shareholder value Margot’s presentations are dynamic, stimulating, challenging and sometimes confronting as she presents new approaches to leadership and management issues. Her work at Portland Smelter with the late David Judd and his 10,000 staff is well documented Some of Margot’s comments:
• The only way to manage change is to create it.
• We are responsible for 50% of every relationship in which we are involved.
• If you want to change your relationship, change the 50% over which you have control and full responsibility.
• The secret of success is changing the way that we think
• Management, leadership and business
• Organisational transformation
• Bridging the gap