The Transformation Leaders Podcast Episode #52


Tony is joined today by Chris Goss, an experienced consultant who supports senior management within global organisations to successfully deliver complex strategic initiatives across EMEA, Asia & the Americas.

In this episode, amongst other things, we discuss the subject of sustainability  and Chris’s belief that to achieve Net-Zero in the next 28 years will be the greatest business transformation in our lifetimes, Government regulations and customer demand is driving an ever accelerating transition towards a Circular-ish Economy. This transition presents significant opportunities to the most aware and prepared. 

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About Tony Lockwood

After a 25 year career delivering change and transformation, Tony launched The Transformation Leaders Hub (#TLH) in 2020.  #TLH’s core focus is to help members to standout from the crowd, build their network with their peers and open up new career opportunities.   

4 years ago, Tony pivoted from a project to project lifestyle into building and scaling a consulting business.  If you are thinking of doing the same, he has developed a 22 question Scorecard to help identify your strengths and development areas in what he has seen to be the five critical aspects – try it out here and get a personalised report –

Tony can be contacted by email at

About Chris

Chris specialises in :
* Transformations & Change in complex environments. Defining & implementing strategic, operational & business model changes. Transforming fragmented organisations into aligned, collaborative, focused teams.
* Strategic Implementation Office (SIO), Portfolio, PMO & PPM leadership.
* Introducing appropriate & timely digital technologies & tools, aligning with processes & people.
* Business recovery & crisis situations, Start-ups and near impossible challenges.

His Linkedin profile is hereΒ 

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