Navigating Individual, Organizational, And Cultural Change
There’s a saying that the only constant is change. And we all know that change can be hard, whether it’s wanted or unwanted.
Maybe you’ve made some resolutions to make personal changes, or maybe you are experiencing significant change in your business life. Perhaps new leadership is driving change in a client’s organization, or changes in a client’s marketplace have led them to implement a new strategy or operating model. How are you working with clients working to create a cultural change?
This webinar recording features Patty Love and Andy Powell discussing change – how to manage it for yourself, others and in an organization. They talk about:
- The DREC Model of The Change Cycle
- The 4 reactions to change
- Methods for moving through change at the individual level
- The Adoption Curve: a model of how whole organizations move through change
- Tools for diagnosing where employees are on the Adoption Curve and how to accelerate getting their buy-in and commitment
- Tips for how leaders can create culture change that will support their business objectives.
You’ll learn new skills for working with change for yourself and your client engagements.
About the presenters:
GFBAI member and FBAC graduate, Andy Powell has spent the last 25 years working in the field of “change” with individual leaders and organizations. He has coached and trained over 2,000 managers and their employees to lead themselves and others through significant changes like buy-outs, acquisitions, major re-organizations, dramatic strategic shifts, and changes in leadership. He has also been the lead consultant for several organizational culture change initiatives ranging from a 9,000 employee global organization to an 80 person biotech. An independent consultant for the last 4 years, Andy has previously worked for ExxonMobil, BFGoodrich and Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.
GFBAI Program Director Patty Love has worked in family-owned businesses, major corporations, higher education, and alongside solopreneurs. She holds traditional academic degrees – a BS in Business Administration and MA in Liberal Studies – along with two Permaculture Design Certifications. Her education combined with work and life experiences have cultivated the unique ability to bring both a creative, big picture perspective AND a detailed, financial focus to our growing company. Patty believes in supporting family-owned, mission-driven businesses both through her professional work and in her personal life, where she chooses environmentally-friendlier locally and family-business produced goods and services, and strives to be a producer rather than a consumer.
Members can view the webinar recording below.