Upcoming Standard Webinars

Presenters:

Tim Creasey Karen Ball

Best Practices Research
Nov. 18 AT 11 A.M., Nov. 19 AT 4 P.M. OR 8 P.M. (US EDT, UCT-5)
Nov. 20 AT 12 P.M. (AEST, UTC+10)
Come sample findings from Prosci’s Best Practices in Change Management – 11th Edition releasing this month. We will review a variety of research-based topics and identify bite-sized, actionable insights to target specific challenges. Learn about the research process that has taken place over 20+ years and the data that comprises the largest body of knowledge on Change Management. Come hungry for innovative ideas and sample some new data that will satisfy your appetite to improve change outcomes.

Presenter:

Karen Ball

Change Management Planning & Execution
Recording Available Below!
At Prosci, we talk a lot about change practitioners – individuals who are actively involved in the art and discipline of change management. But no matter where we sit in the organization or what our full-time roles is, we can adopt foundational mindsets and behaviors that influence others to be leaders of change. In this webinar, we will introduce critical roles and how they work together to drive successful change. Join us to fuel your ambition to ‘be a leader of change’.
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Presenter:

Tim Creasey

Enterprise Change Capability
Recording Coming Soon
Organizations already on the journey toward building change capability are in a better position to meet the changing demands of a constantly shifting world. Others are realizing how essential building organizational change capability is to continued recovery, resilience and growth. In this webinar, we will discuss foundational mindsets and the actions you can take to fuel the growing ambition to ‘change how we do change’ as we build strategies and plans for the new year.

Fueling the Ambition To Change How We Do Change

Organizations already on the journey toward building change capability are in a better position to meet the changing demands of a constantly shifting world. Others are realizing how essential building organizational change capability is to continued recovery, resilience and growth. In this webinar, we discuss foundational mindsets and the actions you can take to fuel the growing ambition to ‘change how we do change’ as we build strategies and plans for the new year.

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Fueling the Ambition to Be a Leader of Change

At Prosci, we talk a lot about change practitioners – individuals who are actively involved in the art and discipline of change management. But no matter where we sit in the organization or what our full-time roles is, we can adopt foundational mindsets and behaviors that influence others to be leaders of change. In this webinar, we will introduce critical roles and how they work together to drive successful change. Join us to fuel your ambition to ‘be a leader of change’.

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Three Benefits of Being a Prosci Certified Change Management Practitioner

Joanne Rinaldi, Director of Service Delivery Australia and New Zealand, shares the top three benefits to becoming a Prosci Certified Change Practitioner. Discover how you can: Gain the knowledge, skills and tools to drive successful initiatives; Access a comprehensive toolkit and practitioner resources; Join the Prosci Global Change Management Community and access further development opportunities

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Change Practitioner Competency Model

This Prosci model unlocks the critical skills for successful change practitioners within eight foundational competencies and five levels of proficiency. Whether you are new to the practice of change management or experienced in change management, this model enables you to evaluate your skills and focus on areas of continuous skill enhancement.

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Change Practitioner Journey Model

This Prosci model is oriented to the unique view of an individual practitioner and offers direction and perspective to guide you on your journey to grow and develop over time. Learn about the shared mindset, foundational beliefs, and professional paths of other change practitioners and how they progressed along their path to achieve both personal and professional goals.

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