As you implement change at work, does it feel like something – or someone – is slipping through the cracks? There are a lot of moving parts when you’re trying to change a whole organization (or even part of one).
It can be overwhelming to figure out what to do next.
To stay on track, you need to focus your energy on five drivers of change. These five drivers comprise everything you’ll need to do to move people from where they are to where they need to be.
Leave one out, and you’ll be spinning your wheels.
Join us for this exciting webinar where you will discover:
The Five Drivers of Change and how to incorporate them into your change initiatives
How the Five Drivers of Change work together to help you make a bigger impact in your organization
Ideas and strategies for your organization you can implement immediately, 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 Heather Stagl your #1 burning question on this topic!
Heather Stagl Founder and Change Facilitator Enclaria LLC
Heather Stagl equips individuals and teams to influence change at work. Through individual coaching, team facilitation, and training programs, she helps people make a bigger impact with less frustration. Heather is the author of “99 Ways to Influence Change” and the “Influence Change at Work™ Toolkit,” and publishes a popular blog.
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.