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Cluster Change Management Lead

Posted 15 May 2024
Work experience
0 to 7 years
Full-time / part-time
Job function
Degree level
Required language
English (Fluent)

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Cluster Change Management Lead

Job Description Summary

The Cluster Change Management Lead will join our APAC Total Workplace dynamic team. The individual will play a pivotal role in helping our clients transform their workplaces to meet the demands of the modern workforce. You will lead and deliver change management projects, working closely with clients to understand their needs, develop tailored solutions, and guide them through successful implementation.

Job Description

About the Role:

  • Client Engagement - Build and maintain strong client relationships, acting as a trusted advisor and identify opportunities for expanding and deepening client partnerships.
  • Strategic Leadership - Mentor and coach Variable Change Managers, Guest Relations Host, Community Hosts, Site Leads and the larger Workplace Experience team, helping them develop their skills and expertise while leading the design and execution of innovative and customized solutions for clients.
  • Team Development - Be proactive in managing direct reports’ workplan, career planning and foster a culture of feedback, continuous learning and professional growth.
  • Project Oversight - Oversee multiple complex change management projects simultaneously and monitor project progress, risks, and quality, and take proactive measures to address issues.
  • Be an advocator of Global Total Workplace thought leadership & tool - Consistently stay in touch with the new trends / concept developed by the Global Total Workplace Thought Leadership to ensure consistent messages and narrative is delivered to all clients

About You:

  • Bachelor's degree in a relevant field; master degree preferred
  • 7-15 years of experience in workplace strategy, change management, design or related fields.
  • Proven track record of leading successful workplace transformation projects.
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving, and strategic thinking skills.
  • Strong stakeholder management skills
  • Change management certification (e.g., Prosci) is a plus

Why join Cushman & Wakefield?

As one of the leading global real estate services firms transforming the way people work, shop and live working at Cushman & Wakefield means you will benefit from;

  • Being part of a growing global company;
  • Career development and a promote from within culture;
  • An organisation committed to Diversity and Inclusion

We're committed to providing work-life balance for our people in an inclusive, rewarding environment.
We achieve this by providing a flexible and agile work environment by focusing on technology and autonomy to help our people achieve their career ambitions. We focus on career progression and foster a promotion from within culture, leveraging global opportunities to ensure we retain our top talent. We encourage continuous learning and development opportunities to develop personal, professional and technical capabilities, and we reward with a comprehensive employee benefits program.

We have a vision of the future, where people simply belong.

That's why we support and celebrate inclusive causes, not just on days of recognition throughout the year, but every day. We embrace diversity across race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or persons with disabilities or protected veteran status.

We ensure DEI is part of our DNA as a global community - it means we go way beyond than just talking about it - we live it. If you want to live it too, join us.

Cushman & Wakefield is a leading global real estate services firm that helps clients transform the way people work, shop, and live.

Real Estate
45,000 employees