Don’t Fret About Change – Get GOOD At It!
The BIG SECRET TO CHANGE is this: “Real” change doesn’t happen through training or performance management systems—real change happens when people want it! That’s it. And, that’s where the art of Getting GOOD at Change comes in.
“Shift change to a “want to” thing instead making it the typical “must do” thing.”
(Robert S. Tipton)
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What Makes My Message Different?
There’s a common misconception that change is hard. We are conditioned to believe this — and many of our own personal experiences with change seem to reinforce it. However, it’s not so much that change is hard — as much as it is that we’ve really never learned how to be good at it! Change, like many things, involves a process — a process of “endings” followed by “beginnings.” And endings often involve grieving — that’s why change feels hard.
I’ve developed the “9 Stages of Transformational Change” which immediately help us understand where we are in the change process, as well as what’s next for us. I’d love to share this powerful toolkit and its easily-digestible insights related to getting good at change with you and your group. Let’s do change differently! Let’s be good at it!
I’d love to have the chance to meet you, and share my message with you and your group. BOOK ME HERE!
Xerox (Global Leadership Conference)
City and County of Denver
American Water Works Association (AWWA)
University of Colorado Medical School
University of Colorado, Denver / Anschutz Campus
Indiana IT Symposium
SIM Strategy Series (Memphis)
Houston IT Symposium
Gateway to Innovation Annual Meeting (St. Louis)
MIC (Meetings Industry Council) IGNITE Session (NSA-CO)
Independent Community Bankers Association National Meeting
SoTec (Southern California Tech)
Help/Systems Solutions Summit
National Cattlemen’s Beef Association
National IT Symposium for US Federal Courts
Association for Women in Accounting
Colorado Association for Government IT
Evanta Global CIO Conference