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New Webinar Series - Change Management Hot Topics

Presenter:

Karen Ball

Tips & How-tos
Oct. 20 at 11 am or 8 pm or Oct. 21 at 4 pm (US EDT, UTC-4)
Resistance is a natural response to change and can be destructive. When managed properly, however, resistance can be constructive and improve change outcomes. In this webinar, Karen Ball will lead the discussion on how to anticipate resistance, identify root causes of resistance, and engage the ‘right’ resistance managers to ensure change success. You will work through a case study putting key concepts into action during the webinar and will gain access to a template for application on your projects or change initiatives.

Presenter:

Tim Creasey

Roles in Change Management
Nov. 3 at 11 am or 8 pm or Nov. 4 at 4 pm (US EDT, UTC-4)
The fact that effective sponsorship is a top contributor to change success is no surprise. Neither is the fact that many change practitioners still struggle to get the caliber of sponsorship they need from senior leaders. In this webinar, Tim Creasey will guide you through specific actions you can take to enlist (with context and language), engage (in a symbiotic relationship), and empower (by building competencies) the leaders you need to step up as great change sponsors.

Presenters:

Lisa Kempton Andrew Horlick

Organizational Change Management
Watch Recording
Defining success for your change initiative is a critical first step for measuring the contribution of change management to benefits realization. Your primary sponsor should be actively involved in defining success and to obtain their involvement you need to be able to explain the concept of “benefits contribution” to them in a compelling manner. In this interactive webinar, Lisa Kempton and Andrew Horlick will explain the why, what, how and when of defining and measuring success.
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Project Management and Change Management - An Integrated Approach

The PCT Model depicts the critical nature of the interrelationship between project management and change management. In this interactive webinar, we will dive deeper into the importance of these complementary disciplines that share a common objective – change success. Come with a project in mind to explore four key dimensions of integration: people, process, tools, and results.

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Applying the Latest Research and Tools to "Return to the Workplace"

Workplaces are changing, organizations are changing, change is changing. How will we adapt? Tim Creasey leverages what we know about people, change, and results to chart a path forward in our new environment.

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The Prosci Change Triangle (PCT) Model: Tracking Project Health

The Prosci Change Triangle (PCT) Model is a model that shows the four critical aspects of any successful change effort and how they are interrelated. In this interactive webinar, learn about the PCT Model and how this simple, but impactful model can be used to gain clarity and alignment on what a change aims to deliver as well as inform actions to improve project health over time.

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Prosci Change Management Success Story Showcase

Learn how Prosci clients are applying change management best practices to improve project outcomes and build change capability. In this interactive webinar, we will explore key themes and common challenges in real-world projects and change initiatives. Learn from change leaders around the world by exploring the decisions they made and the actions they took to achieve successful change outcomes.

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ADKAR: The Five Building Blocks of Individual Change

Why do some changes fail while others succeed? That is the central question that sparked extensive research over 20 years ago resulting in the Prosci ADKAR Model™. Successful change is rooted in how to facilitate change with one person. In this interactive webinar, we will learn about the foundation and universal application of ADKAR and focus on unlocking individual barriers to change through Awareness, Desire, Knowledge, Ability and Reinforcement. We will discuss ADKAR in the context of ‘who’ has to do their jobs differently and ‘how’ in order to drive better outcomes and sustainable organizational change

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