The pace and scale of change continues to increase. It's a dangerous situation if the rate of change outside your organization outpaces your ability to change internally. Therefore, leading successful change projects can be the difference in company success and failure. That change can come in many forms: a new team, a 'tweak' to the organization, growth, new ideas unfolding constantly...and all of these opportunities come with significant challenges and growing pains.
In our one day Leading Change course, we'll help you:
Understand WHY change is so difficult
Learn HOW to help people understand the need for and actually embrace change!
Gain hands on EXPERIENCE using tools that are simple yet powerful
This course will help those from the C-suite to project managers responsible for initiatives. Our disciplined and agile approach is built on experience, benchmarking and research that we'll use together to address the opportunities in front of YOU! During the course, you'll be doing hands on work on YOUR project, not a generic test case. If you want to turbocharge your initiative, come to this course and walk out with a new perspective, visible progress and clear next steps of what to do when you get back to your desk.
Workshop Presenters: Kenneth E. Fields designs, implements, and coaches others to successful organization-wide changes at local family businesses and Global 500 companies. He is a consensus-building leader that can work globally with all levels and functions of the organization. His interest in organizational transformation resulted in his book Visionaries, Builders, and Maintainers about the way people interact and respond to change.
Johannes Mutzke has extensive training in design thinking via course work and coaching from Stanford University’s design thinking institute. In addition to leading startup teams and being an executive consultant/strategist in a Global 500 company, he enjoys serving people in all walks of life through individual and group coaching, speaking & writing, as well as leading community outreach efforts.