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The Seven Invisible Pitfalls of Change Management
The success of strategic initiatives depends on the ability of HR business leaders to get people to make needed changes. Change is difficult and more often than not, when people need to make changes, efforts lead to increased rigidity and reduced productivity instead of to desired outcomes.

If you are dealing with change, odds are there are several obstacles you will need to conquer before you can get people to make needed improvements. Research shows that not all approaches for engaging change lead to modified behavior. What does it take to engage people in a way that will allow old habits to be replaced by new ones? How can HR business leaders and other change agents support transformation of less cooperative individuals and teams?

This new groundbreaking system is based on the latest neuroscience research on how to rewire the brain to achieve lasting results. We will explore what the latest science research has to say about overcoming the most common invisible pitfalls of change and how to accelerate change management success. You will learn why it is helpful to understand resistance through neuroscience lens and how to use new science to change the way people respond and adapt. We will show how to maximize people's ability to embrace the transformational change required by today's organizational complexities. Case studies will be reviewed to illustrate to participants how a brain based approach can be applied to a variety of HR change management challenges, such as performance issues, when people don't acknowledge the need to improve, and dysfunctional team dynamics.

This presentation is delivered in a lecture format and also includes assessment tools as involvers, interactive group discussion and review of actual business case studies.
01/29/2013 1:30 pm o'clock
01/29/2013 2:30 pm o'clock
Julie Ogilvie

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Who should participate:

  • HR business leaders
  • Senior managers and executives
  • What you will learn:

    By the end of the session participants will:
  • Understand today’s HR Challenges around change and how neuroscience contributes to overcoming the invisible pitfalls that block individuals and teams from optimizing their full potential
  • Understand new research based solutions that succeed where existing solutions fail.
  • Understand neuroscience research findings on what the brain needs in order to change and how this knowledge can be applied practically to business initiatives.
  • Review case studies that illustrate how to apply neuroscience based solutions to difficult change initiatives for individuals, teams and organizations.
  • Recommended Resources:

    • "The Art & Science of Changing People Who Don't Want to Change: Giving Business Access to their True Potential" Click here
    • July 19, 2012 - Employment Relations Today Magazine Click here
    • Using Neuroscience to Effect Change in the Workplace, Reut Schwartz-Hebron, Employment Relations Today, Volume 39, Issue 2, pages 11–15, Summer 2012. Copyright © 2012, Wiley Periodicals, Inc., A Wiley Company. Click here
    • May 4, 2012 – Chief Executive Magazine Organizational Change: Three Keys for Lasting Success Click here
    • May 9, 2012 – George’s Employment Blawg The Worst Types of Resistance to Change That Get in the Way of HR Efforts (and What To Do About Them) Click here
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