How I Can Win the Uphill Battle of Change
Overview: Follow up session to Why Change can be an Uphill Battle from May 4. Now that we’ve learned the difference between change and transition, discussed change fatigue, and explored the
Follow up session to Why Change can be an Uphill Battle from May 4. Now that we’ve learned the difference between change and transition, discussed change fatigue, and explored the different types of loss that occur with organizational change, it’s time to focus on successfully navigating change in the workplace. Change in an organization occurs when individuals change and not everyone is ready to change at the same time. By assessing an employee or team’s readiness for change, we learn what obstacles they are facing and how to overcome those. Lastly, organizational change must be effectively communicated if it is going to be successful.
- Recognize that organizational change management is about individual behaviors.
- Develop strategies to successfully navigate change for you and your team by assessing readiness for change.
- Discuss ways to effectively communicate organizational change.
CE’s: NHA & SW
Presenter: Mary Sand, PhD, President/Owner, Sand Consulting
Mary Sand, PhD is a proven leader with more than 35 years of professional experience in healthcare, nonprofit organizations and higher education. She began her healthcare career as a physical therapist and over the years held various administrative and leadership positions. Mary had the privilege of leading teams in a variety of settings including hospitals, clinics, long term care, and a healthcare system. Recently Mary launched her own consulting business focusing on facilitation, strategy implementation, and leadership development including with physicians. After living and working in South Dakota for many years, Mary recently moved to Omaha, NE to launch Sand Consulting.
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(Thursday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CST