Thursday, Sep 17, 2020
1:00 pm ET | 12:00 pm CT |11:00 am MT | 10:00 am PT
Duration : 60 Minutes
Many of us have been part of a marginally effective or failed change effort. As much as 70% of formal change initiatives fail. And the remaining 30% are sometimes not completely successful or take more time and resources than originally planned. This webinar will present approaches to assist organizations with planning & implementing change strategies that improve the success ratio and provide tools to help evaluate readiness, define resources needed, assess progress during and maintain a coherent process.
Today the pace of change seems to continually accelerate and it is important to understand the critical elements that contribute to both failure and success. From small process or policy changes to organization wide fundamental systems changes, slow and methodical, organic and incremental to leaping from “what is” to “what could or must be” for success.
Participants will learn about change as both the process and people impact perspectives. From incremental sometimes insidious organic types we hardly notice to the systemic strategic organization and life changing event. How to best manage the process and people is critical to any change effort. Take away include the Kotter 8 Steps to Change, 20 Do’s and Don’ts, Change as a Human Process, the Formula for Change: Readiness, Resources and Progress Measures, and References to Key Resources.
In this program, you’ll learn how to:
- Why Change
- Change Fatigue and the Antidote
- 8 Step Process
- Tools and Techniques
- Leadership & Management
Why should you Attend:
If you never have been assigned a change initiative or just want to learn more about how, what, and why change is difficult sometimes this will help you think about and plan for the next change tomorrow! If you are experienced and successful in many change initiatives this may provide some other tools to help you communicate throughout the process and assist in keeping more people on board. And if you don’t want to lose good people through a change that impacts them, this could help with messaging the value and contributions of those closest to the change.
- Anyone who sees change all around them
- Is assigned to lead “change”
- Has struggled with change and wants to understand more about it
- First line leaders, those caught in the middle, who regularly must implement change and explain the purpose and why it will help everyone
Who should Attend:
- HR staff
Ask a question at the Q & A session following the live event and get advice pertaining to your situation, straight from our expert speaker.