Rapid Adaptation: Leading at the New Speed of Change

Wed 31 Mar, 2021 10:00 -

14:00

CET

If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that rapid adaptation to change is no longer a luxury. It has become a necessity. Change initiatives solve real problems and make your organization more competitive. They also create a great deal of disruption and distress that, if not properly managed, can cause the initiative or even the company to fail. With the rapid acceleration of change at all levels, successful companies will ensure they have talented leaders who are able to help their teams become more resilient, open and adaptable to change.

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Wed 31 Mar, 2021 10:00

Timezone: CET

If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that rapid adaptation to change is no longer a luxury.  It has become a necessity.  Change initiatives solve real problems and make your organization more competitive. They also create a great deal of disruption and distress that, if not properly managed, can cause the initiative or even the company to fail.  With the rapid acceleration of change at all levels, successful companies will ensure they have talented leaders who are able to help their teams become more resilient, open and adaptable to change.

WHO IS THIS SESSION AIMED AT?

This session is aimed at people who need to improve their ability to adapt rapidly and implement change quickly and efficiently.

AGENDA FOR THE DAY

This will be an interactive session with participants being involved throughout the session:

  • Dynamics of Change; what it is and why we need it
  • Nature of Change; the hard truth about the impact of change
  • Two Sides of Change; can’t have one without the other
  • Psychology of Change; a force more powerful than any other
  • Phases of Transition; planning for success amidst chaos
  • Communicating Change; the critical factor when it comes to speed

Faculty

Dawn Frail

With over 25 years’ experience as a facilitator, speaker, trainer and consultant she has helped leaders in both Canada and the USA develop their leadership potential and unleash the talents of their teams.  Dawn is the creator of The 10 Commandments of Ethical Leadership and author of The Ruby Report; How Organizations Can Profit By Promoting Women Leaders.

Dawn holds a Master’s degree in Leadership from the University of Guelph, a diploma in Adult Training and Development from the University of Toronto/OISE, and a diploma in Computer Information Systems from DeVry Institute. Dawn is one of only a few Canadians registered as a certified Myers-Briggs’ Master Practitioner. Other certifications Dawn holds include Leading Organizational Transition and Balanced Scorecard.

Formerly a Strategic Partner with Franklin Covey Canada, in 2006 Dawn was one of ten facilitators selected from around the world to launch Franklin Covey’s leadership program with Dr. Stephen Covey, author of 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Dawn has experience in various industries, including Financial Services, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Sales, Education, and Non-Profit Associations.

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