Leading Change and Navigating Transition

January 10, 2018 2:00 PM EST (UTC-5)

Platform: WebEx
Capacity: 2500
Duration: 60 min
Presenter: Wendy Heckelman


Support: Earning PDUs | Tips For Attendees

Research indicates that 70% of large-scale change initiatives fail. Join us to learn the best practices for leading a successful change effort. This webinar will help close the gaps related to two primary factors contributing to change failure:  (1) strategic implementation planning and execution, and (2) preparing leaders to navigate change. The webinar will feature a proven framework that readies leaders to become change champions. 

The 5C’s of Transition Leadership® provides a structured framework that helps leaders improve their change agility capabilities and lead others through transition. Learn about how this simple framework can help leaders within your organization accelerate change adoption, reduce resistance, and build alignment around shared goals.

Dr. Wendy Heckelman will explain the most common challenges associated with implementing a large-scale change and share best practices to address them.

Discover how to:

  • Avoid the typical reasons organizations fail when undergoing change
  • Recognize the importance of personally committing to the business case for change
  • Identify business risks associated with the change initiative
  • Implement best practices for leading teams and individuals through the transition
This webinar qualifies for the following PDUs:
 
PMP/PgMP
PMI-ACP
PMI-SP
PMI-RMP
PfMP
PMI-PBA
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