Work has changed. Today we're working in a global, mobile marketplace, using technology that didn't exist just a few years ago. Join training expert Katy Tynan as she explore some of the key factors that are influencing work, technology to diversity and beyond.
To thrive in an environment that's filled with constant change, it's important to understand how to harness human response to support a sustainable future. Join subject matter expert and author Dr. Cynthia Scott for an informative webinar that will help you to understand what happens to individuals, teams, and organizations when change occurs and learn how to lead in a way that not only minimizes disruption but also increases resilience.
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.Join expert Rick Lepsinger in this one-hour learning experience as he explains why today's ever-evolving global marketplace, companies that fail to make meaningful changes, will cease to exist.
Change is present in every aspect of your life and has become the norm in all organizations. Leaders play vital role in seeing that employees understand the benefits and new opportunities brought about by change. Those same leaders can make for a positive or negative experience for all involved. Join expert Diana Durek to learn how to effectively lead others through the three phases of change and identify techniques for ensuring that the change is not only a success, but a lasting part of the culture.
Emotional intelligence is the ability to comprehend your emotions and to manage them effectively. It also helps you say the right thing and accurately judge how the other person is reacting. Leadership development professional Diana Durek will illustrate how people with high emotional intelligence are poised, outgoing and cheerful, have empathy for others, express their feelings directly but appropriately, and have a capacity for developing meaningful relationships.