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The strategic objective of HR is to align people with strategy and to create value from Human Capital. But people can be both the brake and the accelerator of value creation in firms. For changes small and big to succeed, people need to make needed adjustments - but how can strategic HR leaders support their organization to optimize change efforts if most people prefer the status quo, passively or actively resisting making needed adjustments?
The reliance of organizations on old change models stands in the way of effectively managing change. 70% of mergers and acquisitions lose shareholder value. 68% of IT projects fail. Most training fades within 6 weeks. Research repeatedly and consistently shows, the number one factor for success or failure is people. HR leaders and managers need a new, science-based system to manage change with more predictable, consistent results.
Participants in this webinar will gain access to a new tested solution for executing change, introducing a new way to engage resistance and overcome it. This new scientific system makes it possible for strategic HR leaders to directly influence the success of strategic initiatives. It is a positive, empowering and highly accurate brain science-based system that can get people to make changes in a way that benefits them, their team and the business as a whole.
The new system is based on a blend of the power of new science with tested change management expertise. This webinar will touch on how this system was implemented in a myriad of organizations ranging from Fortune 500s to medium sized companies in a large variety of industries, military units, nonprofits, and government agencies in the US and around the world. It includes concrete and proven examples of how leaders can get teams to make needed changes so they can navigate through the common and not so common challenges their companies face, offering participants a cutting edge solution for executing change, and introduces a bold, new way to engage and overcome resistance.
This webinar is based on studies and data through the Key Change Institute, which integrates organizational psychology, coherent management practices and neuroscience. The system is especially geared to leaders of major organizations who are challenged to navigate ever -increasing regional and global change, and who recognize that their workforce teams are becoming more and more critical to the success of their businesses.
This new system is endorsed by change experts, neuroscientists and senior executives and is based on the book: The Art and Science of Changing People who don’t Want to Change. Marshall Goldsmith, the Thinkers50 Leadership Award Winner – for the World’s Most Influential Leadership Thinker and the author of 31 books who pens the book’s forward, says “It is one of those rare books that you’ll want to take to heart, read it, study it, and share it with your team. The more time you invest in this process, the greater the return for your team and your organization.”
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