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How to Manage the Crazy Changes Coming Your Way | Don Phin | President | HRSherpas, Inc.

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Don Phin. Change is happening at an ever accelerating rate. The introduction of robotics and AI to the workplace is transformative. You will either become a master of change or get run over by it. As an individual or as a company. Don shares a common sense approach to mastering this difficult challenge.

Discussion points will include:

  • Why so much change?
  • What do you want to change?
  • Do you have the right people on the bus?
  • Motivating through change.
  • Three kinds of employee reaction to change.
  • Victims, Villains and Heroes.
  • Letting them go.

What you learn:

  • An understanding of the change coming your way.
  • How to prepare yourself and others to excel in this environment.
  • Managing the emotions of dealing with change. Both your own and that of others.

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The 21st Century Organization | Dr. Philip A. Foster | Principal Consultant | Maximum Change

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Philip A. Foster. This webinar is based off of Dr. Foster's bestselling book The Open Organization. A New Era of Leadership and Organizational Development. Gower Publishing. ISBN: 9781472440112.

Change is all around us. It is part of our everyday life. As we exited the twentieth century we found a time of unprecedented change through the globalization of organizations and economies. This level of change impacts the way we understand the effects culture has on an organization's ability to achieve success. Organizational decision-making styles began to be influenced by generational and cultural attributes of the individuals within the organizational system. The advent of the Internet and other technologies began to link individuals across cultures; creating collaborations unheard of in centuries past. Through this reality, leaders are beginning to understand the impact a globalized economy brings to the doors of their organization. Economic, technological, political, religious and social pressures are moving us toward new changes at an unprecedented rate. The 21st century opened with volatility unlike anything we have experienced before. The century brings us to a new kind of organization increasingly comprised of individuals from differing cultural origins and ages. As the global economy arrives, leaders must now understand geography, language, customs, values, ethics, varying laws, and national psychologies. These skills, coupled with an understanding of technological changes will determine their level of success within the global marketplace. Leaders and their organizations must learn to move beyond their own worldview and open themselves to the complexities of the world that await them. These changes bear down on organizations to create a new kind of complexity. A new kind of organization - one that contains a distribute workforce - one in which efficiencies are no longer focused only on KPIs but also employee happiness. This webinar is designed to open up a new frontier of thinking which will leave the attendee asking the fundamental - yet pivotal question: WHAT IF?

What you learn:

  • Global Pressures moving us toward change.
  • What is changing.
  • Elements of a 21st century organization.

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Leading Change Needs to Change | Dr. David W. Jamieson | Professor & Department Chair | Organization Learning & Development, University of St Thomas

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. David W. Jamieson. Leading change in today's world is not the same as it was in the past. When the environment was more stable, organizations were less global, workforces less diverse and management more control-oriented, planning and executing change was easier, more linear and slower. However, now change occurs more continuously, with greater uncertainty and faster. This leads to needs to approach change less incrementally, more rapidly, more cyclically (with act, learn, adapt cycles) and with higher levels of engagement across stakeholders affectedfor commitment and sustainability.

Organizations and their leaders will need to develop change capability internally (in people and infrastructure), use relationships and influence to engage stakeholders and partner with them in changing, learn quicker adaptation as systems and conditions change.

Most of the change fundamentals we have used for decades are still true and useful, but must be utilized differently in a different context and more rapidly. Leaders are critical in how change gets envisioned, positioned and led. Some specific aspects of leadership are more central in this new world, including relationship development, presence, influence and reflective action.

What you learn:

  • How leaders need to lead changes.
  • The fundamentals of good change theory.
  • How to design and lead change in today's world.
  • Why so many changes have traditionally failed.

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Why Change is So Hard | Dr. Nicole Lipkin | CEO | Equilibria Leadership Consulting

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Nicole Lipkin. Adaptability is at the core of leadership and organizational excellence and success. However, at a literal level, human beings are designed to fight change at all costs. No wonder being adaptable is the most difficult part of being human and ultimately, the most difficult part of leadership and organizational life.

At the core of change is science: the science of the human mind. This webinar provides insight into the natural inner workings that inhibit our decision-making, judgment and flexibility when it comes to adaptability at the individual and organizational levels. With an understanding of the neuropsychology behind change resistance, leaders are better equipped to manage the individual and organizational change process.

What you learn:

  • The basic neuropsychology behind our resistance to change.
  • Psychological biases that tempt us to stay mired in the status quo.
  • Compelling research supporting the change process.
  • Solutions to tap into human plasticity to change and adapt.

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Growth Challenges in Family Businesses | Dr. Stephanie Hussels | Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Director | Cranfield University

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Stephanie Hussels. Growth Challenges in Family Businesses

 

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How to Diagnose and Improve your Organization's Health | Dr. Jim Laub Dean, MacArthur School of Leadership

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Jim Laub.

Jim has provided training both nationally and internationally including work in Singapore, the Netherlands, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Ecuador. Jim received his doctorate in Educational Leadership: Adult Education from Florida Atlantic University. His dissertation and ongoing research has focused on the critical topic of servant leadership and organizational health. He is a facilitator, a trainer, a speaker and a tool-maker for organizational effectiveness.

What will you learn?

  • How to define and assess your organization's specific health level.
  • How to improve your leadership practice through the lens of a servant leadership approach.
  • How to improve communication through the Parent-Adult-Child (PAC) model.
  • The six levels of organizational health and how to improve toward greater success.

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Ten traps to avoid when managing change | Mike Green | Director Transitional Space

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Mike Green.

Success rates for successfully managing change continue to be poor. This webinar focuses on the core issues you need to address and the most common traps to avoid when managing change. In it we will look at the change process from inception to completion and identify key elements which require additional focus and management.

 

What will you learn?

  • Why some approaches to change derai;
  • How to avoid the most common traps; and
  • What you need to do more of (and less of) if you really want to excel.

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How to Manage at the Pace of Accelerating Change | Rod Collins | Director of Innovation Optimity Advisors

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Rod Collins.

Conventional management thought assumes that the top-down hierarchy is the most effective way to organize the efforts of large numbers of people, but rapid change and increasing complexity have rendered that model obsolete. Designing organizations to succeed in a time of great change demands a new and very different model-the collaborative network.

What will you learn ?

  • Discover the 5 key disciplines essential for thriving in a rapidly changing world.
  • Learn how to leverage the power of collective intelligence to drive innovation.
  • Become familiar with leadership skills for leading collaborative organizations.

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Start With The Soil:Four Fresh Strategies For Successful Change | Jones Loflin | Author and Speaker | Helping Others Prepare for Excellence

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Jones Loflin.

Built on the four timeless principles of growing something in nature, expect this presentation to give you a powerfully practical process to move change through your organization. You'll learn the three questions you must ask before starting any change process, discover the essential tool to keep employees focused on change, and how to lead change with greater clarity and confidence. It's time to get growing!

 What will you learn?

  • Realize why past change efforts may have failed.
  • Understand the four critical elements required to make organizational change work.
  • Learn the three questions you must ask before starting any change process.
  • Discover how to lead change with greater clarity and confidence.
  • Address their own unrealistic expectations about organizational change.

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How to Overcome Resistance to Change in Others and Yourself |Dr. Mark Goulston | Co-Founder | Heartfelt Leadership

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Dr. Mark Goulston.

If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. - Wayne Dyer.

This disruptive webinar on overcoming resistance will forever change the way you view resistance to change in others and yourself.

How?

It will reveal to you that resistance doesn't exist and when you realize it, you and others will spontaneously communicate, cooperate and collaborate.Here is a small example of what we mean.

How often have you been in a argument with another person (often a spouse or teenager) where you feel unfairly attacked?

And how often do you think there is a possibility that they might be perceiving you as saying to them, "I'm right and you're wrong" (which might explain why they are attacking you) when actually from your point of view what you are really meaning to say is: "I'm not wrong!"

If you were to now look at that conversation from outside it, might you conclude, "They're attacking each other" or perhaps, "They're each protecting themselves from feeling attacked?" In other words, "They're both actually on the defensive but are being perceived by each other as being on the offensive."

In this webinar you will learn to view the notion of "resistance and how it doesn't exist" through the lens of evolutionary psychology and you will never look at or approach conflict in the same way again.

What will you learn?

  • Why others resist change?
  • Why you resist change?
  • How in fact resistance doesn't exist?
  • To spontaneously cause people to lower their walls.
  • To talk WITH instead of AT, OVER or even TO people and get through to anyone.

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