To Register: Change Management
Tuesday, September 19th at 8:30 a.m.
Presented via Zoom
Speaker: Michael Brown
Get everyone invested in the organization’s transformation. Leaders have the responsibility to prepare, equip and support teams in embracing change so they can achieve a critical organizational outcome.
1. Engage, Prepare, and Empower Employees: Successful change management involves actively engaging and empowering employees throughout the process. Engaged employees are more likely to adapt positively to change and contribute to its success.
2. Tailored Strategies for Different Phases: One-size-fits-all change management approaches are often ineffective. Instead, use a tailored approach to fit the specific phases of change.
3. Leadership's Role in Driving Change: Effective change management starts at the top. Leaders must champion the vision, set an example, and provide the necessary resources for change to succeed. Their commitment encourages buy-in from the rest of the organization.
About the Speaker:
Michael Brown has spent over 10 years consulting, training, and implementing transformational leadership programs for senior-leaders at organizations such as Procter & Gamble, Goodwill, and Hershey, to name a few. Michael is also an author, executive coach, and keynote speaker, addressing audiences from 50 to 2,000 leaders.
To ensure he can meet the unique needs and business objectives of his clients, Michael is certified in several industry-leading programs and assessments, including the SDI 2.0 and Core Strengths.
Michael holds a B.A. and a Master of Arts in Strategic Communication and Leadership from Seton Hall University. He is the author of Followship: Servant Leaders Serving Leaders, which helps managers quickly strengthen relationships with their team members to serve their growth and development. He also served as an Emotional Intelligence adjunct instructor at the University of Arkansas.
Michael makes divots in fairways in his spare time, tries to fly fish and mountain bikes – all while coaching his kids’ world championship soccer teams (okay, they might not be world champions yet).
- This event has been approved for 1.0 SHRM credits.
- This event has been approved for 1.0 HRCI credits.