Upcoming Live Webinars

Presenter:

Tim Creasey

Change Management Foundations
Jul 24 @ 11:00 A.M. & Jul 25 @ 4:00 P.M. (US EDT, UCT - 4)
How can you position change management as essential (not optional) for your projects and change initiatives? Prosci’s Five Tenets of Change Management gives you a simple, logical, and compelling way to define change management and show the direct connection between the people side of change and the expected outcomes of the initiative. In this interactive webinar, learn the five tenets and complete a real-time exercise to see how you can use them to provide crucial context for your next “What is change management?” discussion.

Presenter:

Tim Creasey

Change Management Foundations
JUL 31 @ 11:00 A.M. & AUG 1 @ 4:00 P.M. (US EDT, UCT - 4)
How can you drive greater value by integrating the technical side and people side of an initiative? Change management and project management are complementary disciplines with a common objective – to improve organizational performance by implementing a successful change. Project management ensures that the solution is designed, developed, and delivered effectively, while change management ensures that the solution is embraced, adopted, and used proficiently. This interactive webinar explores the why and how of integrating PM and CM to increase impact and improve outcomes.

ADKAR: A Model for Individual Change

How can you use ADKAR to more effectively manage personal and professional change? The Prosci ADKAR Model is one of the most widely used change management models in the world and has enabled thousands of people to unlock barriers and drive better outcomes through Awareness, Desire, Knowledge, Ability, and Reinforcement. In this interactive webinar, learn about the foundation and universal application of the ADKAR Model for individual change and how you can use it to lead more successful and sustainable organizational change.

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Build Confidence as a Change Practitioner with Virtual Coaching

Once you've attended a Prosci Change Management Certification, you're equipped with the tools, techniques and research to make change happen in your organization. But sometimes we run into situations where we need a coach to help us overcome obstacles or stay on track. That's where Virtual Coaching For Change Practitioners comes in.

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Activating Organizational Change Roles

Change practitioners work with and through others. To be successful, they need to have the knowledge, skills and influence to help others fulfill their change roles. In this webinar, we will review key organizational change roles and specific competencies they should possess in order to achieve and sustain the desired outcomes of change. Come with a specific change in mind to begin building a change allies roster and role plan leveraging ADKAR as the individual model for change.

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It Starts with a Change Practitioner

Change practitioners have the knowledge and skills to help people embrace change by supporting them through the change process. For many change practitioners, this is a full-time role. For others, change management capabilities are applied in the context of related disciplines. In this webinar, we will explore the change practitioner role, variations in how it comes to life within organizations, and practical paths to grow and succeed in this role.

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Defining Change Impact to Support our People Through Change

We typically think about change at the enterprise level – a new ERP, an M&A, a new productivity suite – but change ultimately happens at the individual level – how it impacts Andy, Becky, Charlie, and Debbie. Supporting people through their own change journey and measuring individual outcomes requires defining change impact for each person. In this new webinar, learn how Prosci’s 10 Aspects of Change Impact framework gives change practitioners a powerful tool to define both what is; and what is not changing. This simple and effective approach for defining individual change impact can be used to drive improved results and outcomes.

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