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Jun
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CET / CEST:3:00 pm
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3 hour(s)
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Be Future Ready

CHANGE is the future of work. In this future, which is happening now, all organizations are faced with the reality of having to produce more at a faster pace, with increased complexity and uncertainty. To get people on board with proposed changes, it requires skillful leaders to guide teams from their current state to the desired future.

Gregg Brown

6

6

Jun

Duration

3 hour(s)

Start Times

EST / EDT:12:00 am
GMT / BST:2:00 pm
CET / CEST:3:00 pm

Be Future Ready

CHANGE is the future of work. In this future, which is happening now, all organizations are faced with the reality of having to produce more at a faster pace, with increased complexity and uncertainty. To get people on board with proposed changes, it requires skillful leaders to guide teams from their current state to the desired future.
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CHANGE is the future of work. In this future, which is happening now, all organizations are faced with the reality of having to produce more at a faster pace, with increased complexity and uncertainty. To get people on board with proposed changes, it requires skillful leaders to guide teams from their current state to the desired future.

How do we engage others in our ideas, so they can take action?
Participants will leave with practical tools and techniques to lead and guide people through change, support their team’s ability to adapt to change – and just as importantly get ‘unstuck’ when they may get stuck.

Participants will:
• Explore how brain science impacts our ability to lead change.
• Identify ways to overcome challenges to leading change initiatives.
• Acquire the critical mindset and skills needed to accelerate multiple organizational changes. 
• Discover practical strategies to implement engage others to take action.

Faculty

Gregg Brown

Gregg has spoken to CEOs and front line workers, Fortune 500 companies, numerous international institutions and engaged audiences from the UN, NATO, World Bank, and the CDC.

An internationally recognized thought leader, advisor, and top-rated speaker on change, leadership, and the future of work, Gregg has shared his ideas on navigating the future in the current global situation in Forbes, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, Entrepreneur, as well as on CTV’s the Social and Global News.

Gregg is on the Forbes Coaches Council and holds a Master’s degree from the University of Leicester in the UK, with a focus on organizational psychology, leadership and performance. Gregg is an Associate Member of the American Psychological Association.

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