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Leading During Change Utilizing Personal Resilience

Topic:
Leading During Change Utilizing Personal Resilience
Date:
April 3, 2012 at 12:30 - 1:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Beth Egan, Global Commercial Training Director(CATALENT PHARMA SOLUTIONS, INC.)
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Description
Remember what Charles Darwin said: "It is not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones who are most responsive to change”. For most of us, it is not a matter of IF we have been leading thru and managing change, but a question of how much change fatigue we have as a result of constant change. Have you felt like you are on an emotional change roller coaster? How are you and your organization dealing with the ongoing stress of change? The purpose of this webinar is to gain an awareness of why change is inherently difficult. We will revisit the 4 key factors for implementing successful change as well as the corollary structure. We will review the worst practices in implementing change and these may help to identify problems more rapidly. We will review the disruption change can create in one’s personal and professional life. Have you heard of the “Treadmill Effect?” Learn if you are a victim of the Treadmill Effect, and what you can do about it. This Treadmill Effect and on- going change fatigue can result in possible employee de-motivation. This is evidenced by such statements as: “It’s not my job; the boss doesn’t care anyway; I’m keeping my head down this time.” We will examine the pressure of change and the corollary capacity that we have for change. We will explore the value of resilience and how it helps individuals and organizations overcome challenging changes. We will conclude the webinar by sharing how to create an action plan to manage change and to build personal and professional levels of resilience.

Who Should Participate
All HR Professionals who Manage and Lead Change as well as those who support Leaders who manage and lead change.
What You Will Learn
Three Learning Outcomes include: Review the 4 key factors for implementing successful change Examine the pressure of change and the corollary capacity that we have for change Create an action plan to manage change and to build personal and professional levels of resilience
Recommended Resources
Conner,Daryl. Managing at the Speed of Change.Wilard Books, 2003. Seligman,Maratin.Learned Optimism: How to Change YOur Mind and Your Life. ALfred A. Knopf, 1990. Beck, Martha Finding YOur Own NOrth Star: Claiming the LIfe You Were Meant to Live.THree RIvers Press, 2007.
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