NGO Soul + Strategy

003. Reflections by Sarah Ralston, long time change manager in CARE's 2020 change process

February 11, 2020 Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken Season 1 Episode 3
NGO Soul + Strategy
003. Reflections by Sarah Ralston, long time change manager in CARE's 2020 change process
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NGO Soul + Strategy
003. Reflections by Sarah Ralston, long time change manager in CARE's 2020 change process
Feb 11, 2020 Season 1 Episode 3
Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken


Ep 003 – Sarah Ralston

 

Title: Whole-of-organization thinking: Reflections by Sarah Ralston, former longtime change manager in CARE2020’s process

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The complex work of an NGO change manager requires that you have a ‘whole of organization’ perspective. Sarah Ralston, who until recently led many change initiatives at CARE International, reveals what she learned in this third episode in our series on Change Management. 

  •  How does Sarah see the different components of an organizational change process?
  • ·What does she do as a change manager, on a daily basis?
  • ·What has she found the most rewarding, and the most trying, about change management?
  • What change management concepts or approaches has Sarah found to be most helpful?
  • How has Sarah tried to intentionally learn as a change manager?

Bio

Sarah Ralston has over 15 years of experience when it comes to international civil society, organizational development, strategy and change management. She worked as a Senior Manager of Global Performance and Strategy for CARE USA before joining CARE International where she has spent over 9 years of her career. As the Head of 2020 Transformational Change, she provided change management expertise to support leadership and engage staff. Ralston most recently worked as the Head of Organizational Development and Accountability at CARE International. She left CARE International in December 2019.

LinkedIn profile: linkedin.com/in/sarah-miller-b5b6185 

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Ep 003 – Sarah Ralston

 

Title: Whole-of-organization thinking: Reflections by Sarah Ralston, former longtime change manager in CARE2020’s process

Summary para

The complex work of an NGO change manager requires that you have a ‘whole of organization’ perspective. Sarah Ralston, who until recently led many change initiatives at CARE International, reveals what she learned in this third episode in our series on Change Management. 

  •  How does Sarah see the different components of an organizational change process?
  • ·What does she do as a change manager, on a daily basis?
  • ·What has she found the most rewarding, and the most trying, about change management?
  • What change management concepts or approaches has Sarah found to be most helpful?
  • How has Sarah tried to intentionally learn as a change manager?

Bio

Sarah Ralston has over 15 years of experience when it comes to international civil society, organizational development, strategy and change management. She worked as a Senior Manager of Global Performance and Strategy for CARE USA before joining CARE International where she has spent over 9 years of her career. As the Head of 2020 Transformational Change, she provided change management expertise to support leadership and engage staff. Ralston most recently worked as the Head of Organizational Development and Accountability at CARE International. She left CARE International in December 2019.

LinkedIn profile: linkedin.com/in/sarah-miller-b5b6185 

Click here to subscribe to be alerted when new podcast episodes come out or when Tosca produces other thought leadership pieces.

Or email Tosca at [email protected] if you want to talk about your social sector organization’s needs, challenges, and opportunities

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