A conversation with Ryk Croukamp from Indigo Skye Transformation
These are the show notes for the podcast On Change, which explores change that works and the people who make it happen.
In this episode I speak to Dr. Ryk Croukamp, owner of Indigo Skye Transformation. I was intrigued by all of Indigo Skye’s service offerings in support of Change Management; concepts like “possibility practitioners,” the use of logotherapy and using narrative practices to drive change are what drew me to have a conversation with this fascinating man.
In this podcast we explore how to drive change through finding meaning in the change and being more human in environments that are driven by non-human demands like being more efficient and effective. Managing and accepting change needs to be much more person-focused and driven by conversations in order for the change to be more readily accepted.
As mentioned in the podcast Indigo Skye partners with the Viktor Frankl Institute.
In the Rapid Fire round Ryk mentioned the book Dialogic Organizational Development, as the book he would recommend everyone to read.
I could not find a video of Ryk racing superbikes, but if you’d like to take up paragliding in the Gauteng area I recommend Skywalk Paragliding school.
When we were talking about the reinforcement of change, Ryk mentioned the ADKAR process.
Ryk mentions the Tavistock Institute when we spoke about whether Change Management should be disrupted.
- Carol Ofori: For her voice in the opening credits
- Willem Nel from Acoustic Alien Audio: Sound editing in opening credits & sourcing music
- Gavin Kennedy from Solid Gold Studios.
Host: Petro du Pisani, Certified Experienced Change Practitioner.