Change Leadership and the Emotions of Change
Does the idea of change tie your stomach in knots? Or maybe you’ve watched someone come undone when their normal routine is disrupted - such as with the COVID-19 pandemic! Change initiatives often fail because of the emotions they evoke, usually because those emotions are glossed over or ignored. Discover the science behind why we respond the way we do and learn simple tools to manage the emotional impact of change - so you can keep yourself and your team moving forward!
August 11, 2022
12 pm - 1 pm Central Time, 1 pm - 2 pm Eastern, 10 am - 11 am Pacific
Grace Judson, GraceJudson.com
Grace is a self-proclaimed leadership geek on a mission to make corporate life more meaningful, humane, and successful. Not just livable; not just bearable: meaningful and humane. Work shouldn’t suck. The corporate life shouldn’t be a rat race. She has a vision of a world where people wake up looking forward to their workday because their jobs are engaging, interesting, challenging, and even exciting.
We need to create good leaders instead of fixing bad leaders, and that starts at the beginning, with the first-line and mid-level manager. People deserve leaders who help them grow. We mis-define leadership as something bestowed upon us by our job title or role, but it’s so much more than that. Drawing on 25 years of corporate experience – including 16 years of executive leadership – plus another 17 years training and coaching leaders at all levels, Grace’s clients learn the skills of true, humane leadership – an absolute necessity in today’s rapidly-evolving world. Not incidentally, these leaders help to reduce employee turnover, thereby saving money and time, becoming more productive and successful and enjoying the rewards of an engaged employee population.
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