Someone outside the company was the one that told him his manager changed.
This made him more conscious about himself, even managing to positively change some of his habits.
By changing his focus, he has changed his mind and his world.
He knows how to manage his time, even during his changing and growing tasks.
His driving power for change management has always been amazing.
Amongst others, his strengths lie in stakeholder management, conflict management and change management are class apart.
He encourages change and where possible he makes changes for the better himself.
John will change how you see yourself and the world around you, if you let him.
He makes sure that 'change' happens and can be relied upon to get things done.
John knows very well on how to handle different and ever changing priorities.
He helps you see more clearly things that you want to change about yourself.
John knew that like anything new, there would be some resistance to change.
Our company is constantly changing and he keeps up with changes as they happen.
But most of all, he did not attempt to change him or make him more like him.
He is already changing this world for the better in everything he touches.
It was clear to him that this was untenable - something had to change.
He can do the same for you if you have the guts to change and prosper.
Don't employ him unless you really want to change your organisation.
John helped to change, for the better, the way that we did things.
He made some dramatic, but very appropriate and effective changes.
John never gave up on him regardless of his ambivalence to change.
John will always change whatever world he is in for the better.
He focuses on really changing the way we think about our success.
You will definitely see some positive change if he is on board.
When requirements change, and when don't they, he's immovable.
Not much has changed since then other than his age and salary.
John isn't for everybody, only those who really want a change.
This constant state of change was never an issue and he actually thrived on change.
It meant that he could change his approach to match his changing needs and wants.
He adapts and embraces change well knowing that change is inevitable.
Adding to that, he managed the ever-changing whims and expectations of three serial entrepreneurs.
His strengths are in change management, outcome orientation, and his never-ending enthusiasm.
He managed especially well despite the overall aversion to change that is inherent in groups.
John highlights that managers of the past often mandated change, but did not follow it.
His commitment was unwavering during even the most difficult change management challenges.
He manages change enthusiastically and never fails to get the buy in from those involved.
He's on the verge of changing the way we manage our address books with his new startup.
His wisdom and intellect when it comes change management is remarkable and inspiring.
John really changed his traditionally cynical perception of managers for the better.
His approachable management style and sense of humour were also welcome changes.
He did this while also managing substantial strategy and requirements changes.
John puts considerable forethought into him change management approach.
This is reflected in his ability to manage quickly and adapt to change.
His insight on change management was very helpful in smooth migration.
He advanced quickly within the company and managed change efficiently.
He changed his point of view of what means being an effective manager.
John adapts quickly to change while still managing to hit his quota.
He embraces change, managing uncertainty with grace under pressure.
John, can take on various roles with ease and manages change positively.
He delivered a set of recommendations for change and how to approach the change management aspects.
In this time he has managed to change many things for the better through some key concepts.
John, stay the same and never change when it comes to your motivation.
John's motto is changing minds, changing lives, and it's true.
Not only was his initiative successful, he made change management engaging and fun.
More importantly, he understands how to manage change within complex organizations.
John's ability to manage change through an organization is a thing of beauty.
John can influence and manage change in multiple cultural environments and at all management levels.
John 'gets' change management so of course he was a delight for him to work with in his changing role.
John clearly demonstrated he did not fear change, but rather was a “catalyst” for change.
Again, people have responded with enthusiasm because he's managed the change so smartly.