With Corrine Thomas
About This Webinar
We live in a constantly changing world, life is busy with news available 24*7 and many distractions to grab our attention. Business change is becoming increasingly complex and rapid with digital transformation and the move to agile working practices.
Working in this environment and faced with changes that alter the fundamental ways an organisation operates; it is more important than ever to be prepared, cultivate a positive mindset, and look after personal wellbeing to guard against burnout and poor health.
Business Analysts need to be interested, curious and creative to navigate their way through large business transformation programmes to deliver great outcomes. To do this, they must be tough both physically and mentally so they can work at their best. But does this come at the cost of poor outcomes for themselves?
This conversation explores organisational culture, the impact transformation programmes have on this and how developing a positive mindset can assist in managing motivation, wellbeing and building resilience
About the Speaker
Corrine Thomas is an experienced leader and Business Analyst with over 25 years of working as an analyst across a range of industry sectors including Local Government, Healthcare, Telecommunications and Financial services. She has a proven track record of creating and transforming capability of business analysis practices and has many years’ experience of delivering business analysis on large scale change programmes. Corrine is a director of the BA Managers Forum, an oral examiner for the BCS International BA Diploma and a mentor for apprentice BAs.
Corrine is passionate about helping people make choices in their careers to balance work and wellbeing. Alongside her work as a Business Analyst, she delivers executive and leadership coaching and is involved in the development of an outdoor based wellbeing programme for individuals and organisations. She is also currently studying wellbeing as part of a master’s degree in Applied Positive Psychology.
When not working Corrine loves to be outdoors and has recently been lucky enough to visit the Himalayas where she has trekked in both the Annapurna region of Nepal and in Bhutan.