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Upcoming Webinars

Presenters:

Scott Anderson Tim Creasey

Best Practices Research
December 14 at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. EST (UTC-5)
The COVID-19 pandemic created ripples across the globe, forcing organizations to navigate complex changes at a heroic pace and scale. How has the practice of change management been impacted as a result? What changed the most for practitioners, and what changed the least? What were the surprises and challenges, and the adaptations change practitioners made to continue delivering successful change? Get the answers to these and other questions during this webinar on the findings from our November 2022 study of 1,421 change professionals worldwide.

Level: Beginner to Advanced
This webinar is for: Change professionals, business leaders, process improvement specialists, and anyone looking for insights into how changes can be managed more effectively.

Define Change Impact to Accelerate Adoption

We typically think about change at the project level—implementing a new ERP system, enabling a company acquisition, or optimizing work processes. But change happens at the individual level. We must clearly define and quantify the impacts of a change on people and groups, so we’re equipped to empathize with and support them effectively. Join Lisa Kempton, Director of Development, to learn how to apply Prosci’s 10 Aspects of Change Impact model to a project, and improve the results and outcomes of your change initiatives.

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Defining the Value of Change Management

Prosci research consistently shows that applying excellent change management enables organizations to achieve more successful change. Yet, some change practitioners struggle to get the support and investment they need for change management on projects because it’s still considered a “nice to have.” In this interactive webinar, Tim Creasey teaches you how to change the conversation and define change management’s value through different lenses, including return-on-investment. You will come away with a step-by-step approach for quantifying change management's contribution to a project, and learn how to lead a conversation with internal stakeholders about the value change management brings to your organization.

Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Who should attend: Change leaders from organizations that are newer to change management, or organizations where change management is a “nice to have” on projects.

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3 Fundamental Skills to Have in Your Personal "Change Toolkit"

Change is happening all around us, and putting three fundamental skills into your personal “change toolkit” will help you thrive through the uncertainty. This webinar introduces you to the mindset shift and toolset required to build the right skills and confidently say, “I can individually thrive in change,” “I can fulfill my role in change,” and “I can initiate and successfully manage change.” Join Karen Ball, Prosci’s EVP of Research, Product & Marketing to explore an interactive and self-reflective discussion leveraging Prosci research insights, as well as the ADKAR Model—a powerful yet simple model for facilitating individual change.

Level: Beginner and Intermediate
Who’s this for: Anyone who is new to managing change, change practitioners with less than 5 years of experience, experienced change practitioners looking for a refresh, and managers and leaders of employees impacted by significant changes.

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Introduction to ADKAR (30 Minutes)

“ADKAR” is an acronym for the five outcomes an individual needs to achieve for a change to be successful: Awareness, Desire, Knowledge, Ability and Reinforcement. Developed nearly two decades ago, the Prosci ADKAR® Model is used by thousands of change leaders around the world to guide individuals through change while addressing roadblocks or barrier points along the way. In this 30-minute webinar, you will learn about the ADKAR Model, why it’s so powerful, and how it can be used to unlock individual change.

Level: Foundational
Who should watch: Change practitioners, project managers, business leaders, and anyone interested in a quick overview of individual change concepts.

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Managing Resistance to Change

Resistance is a natural response to change and can be destructive. When managed properly, however, resistance can be constructive and improve change outcomes. 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.

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