Tim Creasey Scott Anderson
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.
If you ever struggle to get buy-in and commitment to change management; if you feel challenged about the value and importance of change management; if you are tired of being the last on the agenda and the first off the agenda – don’t miss this webinar. Learn how to gain credibility and commitment by changing how you talk about change management. By shifting from talking about “what you do” to talking about “what you deliver” – you can earn a permanent seat at the table and show the value of change management within the context of project success.Slides
The importance of effective communication is heightened when change velocity increases or future states are unknown. In this webinar we will focus on the skill of crafting a compelling ‘why’ that inspires action. We will review what Prosci research tells us about communication best practices, share lessons learned with each other, and put our learning into practice during the webinar.Slides Handout
No matter where you are in your personal change management journey, you can have a direct and lasting impact on the success of change initiatives in your organization by learning to speak the language of ‘value’. Value comes from solving problems – real problems – and understanding what matters to people in various roles throughout your organization.Slides Handout