Our brains have a built-in safety mechanism that causes us to naturally resist change, even if that change will ultimately improve our life or business.
We are naturally programmed to seek certainty to protect us from the unknown – this is why pilot programs give us an opportunity to “try before you buy”, a way to have one foot in the current (and safe) state while dipping your toe into the future.
Now, what if you were asked to try something new for a short period of time, knowing you didn’t have to start that “something new” until a future date?
What if there was another, simpler way to simply bypass our resistance to change?
Join us for this exciting webinar where, through case studies and real-life examples, you will discover how to:
Why purchasing that 5 am flight six months before your trip seems like such a great idea at the time, but feels like a really poor choice the night before you leave
Integrate three of the most useful brain hacks that make change stick
Embrace the alluring value of simplicity for designing effective change programs that bypass our natural resistance to change and create the “new normal”
Immediately implement ideas and strategies for your organization, including a practical model to add to your change toolkit
And much, much more during this exciting webinar, where you will have the opportunity to ask Susan Franzen your own #1 burning question on this topic!
In 2015, Susan L. Franzen led the broadest and deepest organizational assessment in the history of the University of Texas System, engaging staff and faculty at all 14 institutions, leading to 26 recommendations for change. Before that, she led the change management efforts for a multi-campus enterprise resource planning implementation and office building consolidations.
Theresa Moulton, Editor-in-Chief of Change Management Review™, built her 20-year career in management consulting with specialties in organizational change strategy, executive coaching, and change management implementation, serving as a key advisor to leaders on high-visibility projects in a number of different industries. Terri brings practical insight to the real-world challenges and opportunities of working with and within business change.
She has been a guest lecturer and speaker at the IBM Center for Business Value, Babson College, the Organization Design Forum, NICSA, NEHRA, SHRM, and CFO Magazine. Ms. Moulton completed her B.A. at the University of Massachusetts and her M.B.A. at Babson College.