Transformational Leadership Series: Change Management is a Team Sport

Deliberate planning for how to help people adapt to a new way of working is often forgotten, resulting in disruption, productivity loss, resistance, and decreased employee morale. Change management and change leadership are complementary areas of focus that can help you overcome these common roadblocks. It’s easy to think, “that’s someone else’s job” but leaders who proactively plan for change realize better outcomes. Join this session to explore change leadership and practical ideas on how to lead change, from wherever you are in the organization.

At the end of this session, you will be able to:

– Define change leadership and differentiate it from change management

– Explain how organizations change

– Identify practical examples of how to help drive change on your current and future projects

Change Management is a Team Sport

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Deliberate planning for how to help people adapt to a new way of working is often forgotten, resulting in disruption, productivity loss, resistance, and decreased employee morale. Change management and change leadership are complementary areas of focus that can help you overcome these common roadblocks. It’s easy to think, “that’s someone else’s job” but leaders who proactively plan for change realize better outcomes. Join this session to explore change leadership and practical ideas on how to lead change, from wherever you are in the organization.

At the end of this session, you will be able to:

– Define change leadership and differentiate it from change management

– Explain how organizations change

– Identify practical examples of how to help drive change on your current and future projects