Podcast Episode #176: Jay Stone – Why is change so exhausting?
What is it about change that we find so difficult? Why is it burning us out and making us depressed? Neuroscience tells us that our brain simply hasn’t evolved much over thousands of years. In this podcast, Elise Stevens speaks with organisational change coach and project manager Jay Stone about the way our brains are wired to respond to change.
Jay Stone - Can We Manage Micromanagement?
Founder of Stone Changes Jay Stone shares how her early years of life got her fascinated about change and our human hardwiring for survival, and how this hardwiring can lead us into the trap of micromanagement. Jay shares some simple tips on how to manage the urge to micromanage and how this will build a deeper connection and belonging with both self and team. Watch it here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/30gCe4UP3j1vy8euUQQMVI
CELEBRATING WOMEN IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT 2020 SERIES
Hello amazing women of the project management world! My Celebrating Women in Project Management Series highlights your stories to inspire others, raise the profile of women in the project management profession, and to further strengthen our global network.
Agents of Change
Imperial College London
Agents of Change is a unique place-based female community leadership network for women who have an active interest in driving social change in the north of Hammersmith & Fulham, London. Established in 2018, Agents of Change aims to support, empower and connect its members.
"We were extremely fortunate to find Jay who was flexible, helped develop the programme content and was also able to provide extensive coaching & pastoral support for participants, some of whom, struggled significantly with the personal reflection aspects of the programme."
"This was an excellent session. I found the info about the 'chimp mind' or our amygdala hijacking our emotions and ability to make decisions, very useful"
Brunel University Graduation Ceremony 2020
Honoured to have been asked to send a special message to the Graduates of 2020 as part of their graduation ceremony.