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Want a dynamic speaker who will challenge you to do change differently? Dr Jen Frahm is a recognised global expert on organisational change, culture, new ways of working and communication. Recommended by the International Association of Business Communicators and Change Agents Worldwide. Dr Jen has built a career on being at the frontier of organisational change and communication. She has delivered across multiple industries and professions:

  • from wine sales to wedding dresses,
  • veterinary products to energy retailers,
  • nuns and engineers
  • big banks, small IT companies.
  • publicly listed, privately owned and non-profit organizations.
  • Midwives and cemetery workers – true cradle to grave!

Her change projects have included culture change, process change, digital transformation, legislative change, mergers and acquisitions and technology / systems change.

She churns out heaps of information on the future of work and organizational change. She has a podcast series (Conversations of Change), two very popular e-books (The Transformation Treasure Trove), and a blog (Cut to the Chase)  She is also the author of the very popular Conversations of Change: A guide to implementing change. Jen is also the co-founder of the Agile Change Leadership Institute  and a partner in Busting Silos with Melissa Dark of Common Place Communication.

She informs, she educates, she provokes, she inspires and she will amuse! Above all else, memorable. Her nuggets of change gold linger long after the conference has finished. You’ll get original thinking. You’ll get insights from a long and varied career that’s included everything from working with nuns and global engineers, to academic research.


Jen’s presentation at our 2018 CEO & Chair Symposium was well received by our delegates. She did a great job of tailoring the content to our audience and left them feeling motivated. Thank you Jen!
Christian Capper, Operations Manager, Association Forum

Excellent closing the day with Dr Jen Frahm with a focus on a critical topic with a metaphor, storytelling, insights and a practical takeaway. Awesome (speaker).
Joanne Rinaldi, Director, Prosci

Thank you Dr Jen Frahm for a fabulous closing keynote. It was fun and thought-provoking – and delivered oh so well!
Convergence audience member

Many thanks from myself and the whole change community at Energex, Ergon Energy and SPARQ for a fantastic session at our first joint forum. As always, you delivered by enlightening us with recent theory and your personal experiences, as well as allowing us to make our own connections and judgments.
Dr Renae Jones

Fabulous! I loved her realness, humour, wealth of experience and lived wisdom
Marcia Owens, CMI Queensland


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