Welcome! I’m Jen Dalitz and as The Change Coach, I guide businesses, teams and individuals through the change they need to make.

For the past 25 years, I’ve built a career around change. I’ve designed change strategy as a management consultant in global consulting firms; I’ve led large scale transformational change as a program manager in big corporates; I’ve lived change in three start-up businesses; and I’ve delivered coaching and structured professional development to over 1,000 individuals on their own change journeys.

Working one-on-one or with teams, as a contract project manager, or through facilitating workshops and strategic planning sessions, my job is to ensure each and every client understands what it really takes to achieve the results that they need; have a clear pathway to get there; are kept on track over time; and remain inspired to realise their full potential.  So how can I support your next transition?


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Latest Posts

Change is a journey

If you told me a year ago that earpods would become part of my daily operating routine, I would have thought you were nuts. But change is a journey, and a year can do a lot to a person. And so I … [Read More...]

Join me on The Change Challenge!

New Year’s resolutions. Love ‘em or hate ‘em? Either way, I bet you don’t achieve them. I say that with confidence because research shows only 9% of people achieve their resolutions. So … [Read More...]

When actions speak louder than words

Brené Brown, author of the New York Times bestseller Rising Strong, says that integrity is choosing courage over comfort; choosing what’s right over what’s fun, fast or easy; and it’s about practising … [Read More...]

What gets measured gets done

It's fairly obvious that central to any change process is deciding exactly what you want to change. But you'd be surprised how often this is overlooked. At least in any detail. I mean it's easy to … [Read More...]

The “Good to Great” conundrum

If I were to ask which scenario you'd find more challenging, which would you choose: 1. Turning around a business that’s grossly underperforming ?          or 2. Taking a business that’s … [Read More...]