Shift from responding to change to leading and inspiring change.
Do you feel you’re stuck in a place of wanting change within your organization, but not wanting to change?
Our workshop Leading Change: Getting Change Done will empower you to shift from responding to change, to leading and inspiring change. This workshop will provide you with a strong foundation for implementing change leadership practices. Learn practical tools to embrace the human dynamics that lead to success or failure in implementing change.
Date & Time: September 18, 2018 l 9:00am - 12:00pm Location: 1183 Melville Street, Vancouver Cost: Member - $95.00; Non-member - $110.00
Participants will gain an understanding of the difference between change and transition, and identify concrete steps to build their organizational capacity to lead, implement and manage change.
The benefits of a leadership approach to change management include:
Understand how to integrate the strengths, dynamics and capacity of your team to drive your change leadership strategy
Increased insight into whether your current change leadership strategies align with your organizational culture and goals
Identify transition stages that may be causing additional pressure and how to move through them
By the end of this session you will begin to:
identify the difference between change and transition
embrace the principles of change leadership
identify concrete steps you can take immediately to build your capacity to lead, implement and manage change
The workshop will cover the following topics in an interactive, discussion-filled format:
Understanding how change takes place within organizations
Preparing your team with tools to understand and embrace change
Adopting an organizational lifecycles lens to target your organizational change management strategies
Isabel Budke (CPCC, MRM, MA equiv.) is a highly respected, engaging and results-focussed Leadership Coach and Strategist, Facilitator and Trainer with over a decade of experience in senior management and leadership roles. A Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), she is a graduate of the highly regarded Coaches Training Institute (CTI). In addition to two graduate degrees (Education and Resource Management), Isabel holds an Associate Certificate in Leadership and Conflict Resolution from the Justice Institute of BC. She is also a certified Search and Rescue Team Leader and Trainer.