Reducing Uncertainty While Managing Change | Recorded Webinar

HRDQ-U Webinar | Reducing Uncertainty While Managing Change

60 minutes

Uncertainty is a major source of anxiety during organizational change. Employees have questions related to their roles, how the change will impact them and what the timeline will be. This can make them reluctant to accept the change or to maintain a positive attitude while change takes place.

Leaders play an important role in reducing this uncertainty as they implement change. When they fail to do this, employees can become disillusioned and frustrated. They may lag in their commitment to fully implementing the change, or they may revert back to old habits.

Join expert Rick Lepsinger in this one-hour learning experience as he explains what you can do as a leader to ensure the fear of uncertainty doesn’t get in the way of effectively executing change at your organization.

Attendees will learn

  • What top-performing companies do well and where others fall short
  • Five critical question leaders need to answer in order to reduce uncertainty
  • The behaviors and actions that have the greatest impact on reducing resistance and uncertainty
  • The importance of “change talk,” and how to use it
     

Who should attend

  • Managers and leaders
  • Human resources professionals
  • Trainers
  • Organizational development professionals

Presenter

Rick Lepsinger, President of OnPoint Consulting, is a virtual team expert with more than 30 years of experience and a proven track record as a human resource consultant and executive, Rick Lepsinger is the president of OnPoint Consulting. He is the co-author of several books on leadership and organizational effectiveness, including Closing the Execution Gap: How Great Leaders and Their Companies Get Results and Virtual Team Success: A Practical Guide for Working and Leading from a Distance. Rick currently sits on the faculty of GE’s Management Development Course (MDC) and leads the program, Making GE’s Global Matrix Work.

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