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of tax & law is facing unprecedented change. The environment in which
our tax & law clients and, therefore, our tax & law practice operates
This creates significant
challenges that we need to respond to and opportunity for future growth in both
traditional and innovative areas.
The Tax & Law Transformation programme is focussed on
developing our business and our people to ensure that we are set up for success
in the future.
We have appointed a
Transformation Leader and a Transformation Programme Director and now we are
building out a team beyond that to drive Transformation outcomes.
This role is a 12 month opportunity for an experienced
transformation change manager to support the Tax & Law Transformation as
the lead of the Transformational Change and Communications workstream.
Change Management Lead is accountable for managing the human side of change as
the Transformation is executed – by leading the development, agreement to and
execution of the change management strategy, plan, and communications.
This will include working with the leadership
Manage the human
side of change as the transformation is executed
Lead the development
of change management strategy, plan, and communications
, including development
of all key messages and ensuring consistent delivery of those messages.
Set up and
lead a team of change managers and local change agents
Ensure that change
management and communications deliverables are completed and integrated with
the overall Transformation Plan
Provide guidance and
direction to team members and ensures that an integrated perspective is
delivery of business engagement activities, including stakeholder engagement,
selling the vision and case for change, communications
delivery of business readiness activities, including change impact assessment,
training needs analysis and process design
creation and deployment of business change materials, including training,
communications and processes
the transformation operations team to define and establish the measures and
governance required to make the change stick
creation of a continuous improvement process for the change
transition of the change to business as usual
realisation risks at the initiative level
the development of risk mitigation recommendations
and attributes for success
To establish the role quickly, the Transformation
Change Management Lead should:
Be regarded as
highly credible within appropriate areas of the organisation
Be confident in
their capabilities and present themselves well
Be focused on and
committed to the Transformation Programme.
Deal well with
ambiguity and uncertainty as the details of the programme and its
implementation will emerge over time
of managing complex change programs/projects with personal accountability for
delivering to time and cost for large, complex programs/projects:
As the lead
representative of change in the Transformation Programme, this person must demonstrate
a superior understanding of change management concepts
program/project and change management methodology, processes and standards
skills to manage one or more large, complex programs/projects simultaneously
of customer focus, based on openness, trust, and delivering on promises
and knowledge of change management principles, methodologies and tools
strong organizational skills and ability to take structured approach to varied
team working skills across matrixed teams:
leadership, interpersonal and communication skills
written and verbal communication skills
diplomatic skills, be excellent at networking, building working relationships
with diverse and cross functional teams
problem-solving skills and ability to summarize complex situations into key
skills and ability to engage and lead teams.
player who is dedicated to making cross-functional, culturally diverse and
geographically distributed teams successful.
strong leadership and team management skills:
leadership and organizational skills
motivated, self-starting, with strong results orientation.
About the company
A multinational professional services firm headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It is one of the "Big Four" audit firms and is the third largest professional services firm in the world by aggregated revenue in 2014.