Learning to Bounce Forward Through Change with Personal Resilience

This session, led by Mark Dillard, a director in Avaap’s Organizational Change Management practice, introduces resilience as a key capability in navigating disruptive change, including key strategies for individuals to not only cope, but bounce forward through learning and reflection.

As we move into 2021, leaders are faced with the challenge of ensuring people stay focused, engaged, and productive after a historically disruptive year. Change fatigue is making it more important than ever for a deliberate and intentional approach to building resilience. Doing so will create a healthy foundation for growth and innovation for the coming year and beyond.

Join our market-leading change management team for an interactive three-part webinar series to understand more about change fatigue, resilience, and how your organization can employ a data-driven approach to strengthen its change capacity.

This series is designed for individuals who want to:

– Understand the key factors impacting organizational resilience and how to take focused action to strengthen it

– Strengthen their own resilience in the face of disruptive change

– Engage and support others as they work through changes by using the competencies of emotional intelligence

Attendees will learn the value of taking a strategic pause to develop their personal skill set in navigating changes and understand strategies to strengthen their organization’s resilience and change capacity.

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This session, led by Mark Dillard, a director in Avaap’s Organizational Change Management practice, introduces resilience as a key capability in navigating disruptive change, including key strategies for individuals to not only cope, but bounce forward through learning and reflection.

As we move into 2021, leaders are faced with the challenge of ensuring people stay focused, engaged, and productive after a historically disruptive year. Change fatigue is making it more important than ever for a deliberate and intentional approach to building resilience. Doing so will create a healthy foundation for growth and innovation for the coming year and beyond.

Join our market-leading change management team for an interactive three-part webinar series to understand more about change fatigue, resilience, and how your organization can employ a data-driven approach to strengthen its change capacity.

This series is designed for individuals who want to:

– Understand the key factors impacting organizational resilience and how to take focused action to strengthen it

– Strengthen their own resilience in the face of disruptive change

– Engage and support others as they work through changes by using the competencies of emotional intelligence

Attendees will learn the value of taking a strategic pause to develop their personal skill set in navigating changes and understand strategies to strengthen their organization’s resilience and change capacity.