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The #SlinkyThink Sessions, Vol 021 | Change Management for Humans
June 16 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PMFree
The #Slinkythink Sessions, Volume 021
Change Management for Humans
Tuesday, June 16th
Free online webinar!
During The #Slinkythink Sessions, we’re covering a new topic every two weeks, diving in into the three pillars of our mission:
We deliver to you impactful insights, perspectives, and strategies you can add to your toolkit to empower your professional and personal journey.
These webinars are free and open to the public. Like multitasking? There’s no such thing, but we get it that life’s busy. That’s ok – we’d still love to have you. This is a view-only webinar. Just grab some headphones, log in, and we’ll take care of the rest. You’ll have the chance to engage with us directly via Zoom chat.
A bit about this webinar…
Almost every business model has been stood on its head by COVID-19. In the best of times, 70% of change initiatives fail. These aren’t normal times, yet many of our organizations are being forced to pivot or fail. Once you know what direction you’re going to pivot, which model do you use to manage the pivot?
In this session, we are going to continue the theme of building on top of #ST019 and #ST020. In this session, we are going to talk about the impact of change and change management on humans. Ok, ok. I stole the title form Ryan Ripley’s podcast. Sorry Ryan! I couldn’t help myself. We are going to explore the human aspects of change management. What are the emotions and reactions? Why do some people lean in while others flee? Why do some stay and fight until they are forced out?
In addition to all that, we are going to also discuss some ways to survive the change.
During this session, you’ll discover…
- how we react to change,
- why does change bother us so,
- what we can do about it,
- and deciding whether to stay or go.
Join us for this free webinar, where we will help you uncover where you can motivate and empower your teams to consistently achieve their goals and objectives effectively.
Meet “Team #Slinkythink”
Chris has accumulated more than 30 years of executive-level experience in software development. He’s directly influenced various levels of start-ups such as Stratice Healthcare, where he served as the Chief Technology Officer, in addition to numerous Fortune 500 companies such as Experian, Fidelity National, and Angie’s List, where he last served as a Senior Director.
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