When the UK went into an unprecedented lockdown in March 2020, change happened overnight, with most people having to work from home and engage in new ways to interact with their colleagues, such as virtual meetings etc.
Despite these challenges, the public sector proved its worth, with different parts of it pulling together to ensure that services were still provided, albeit in a very different way than before, and that staff could still do their jobs, most from home.
Trueman Change are a management consultancy that are located in the North of England, with the aim of helping organisations do change better.
They have a strong track record of helping councils and recent clients include Birmingham City Council, Fylde Council and Haringey London Borough Council.
In this episode of Public Sector Voices, we spoke to founder and Managing Director of Trueman Change, Lucy Trueman about how they can help organisations that want to implement change.
Commenting, Ms Trueman said:
“The thing that’s happened in the last two years that has really ignited my passion in the topic is the impact of Covid, because we’ve had this period where change has had to happen at a pace never seen before in the sector.
“So that’s my current thing that I’m hugely curious about, what can we take from this terrible, tragic, difficult two years and learn how to do change in a completely different way.”
Listen to the full episode of Trueman Change: Making Meaningful Change Happen in the Public Sector here: