Tuesday, July 28, 2009

"Nobody Likes Bad Change" to be Presented at the TQM Network

You can attend a lively interactive presentation of "Nobody Likes Bad Change" at the offices of the TQMNetwork in Fort Wayne, Indiana on September 3rd, from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM.


I will:


  • smash a common myth about people - hint: do people really naturally resist change?
  • explain how to easily overcome "resistance to change"
  • the one thing you must have to get people to fully cooperate with change

Potential general business audience members should consider atending if:


  • you are in charge of making change successful at work and you want to keep unnecesary stress and problems from getting in the way or slowing you down
  • you are concerned about yourself, or someone you know, putting themselves at risk by responding to changes at work in a way that may be interpreteed as "resistance"
  • you want to increase yoru chances of playing a future leadership role in a business organization

Potential special topic audience members - you should consider attending if you are interested in one or more of the following:



  • change management
  • policy deployment, strategy deployment, Hoshin Kanri
  • implementing Lean, particulary in a non-manufacturing setting

In the last portion of the presentation, I will explain briefly:



  • why you must understand how to to manage change if you want to play a future leadership role in almost any larger organization
  • why "Hoshin Kanri" guided change management allows organizations to outpace their competition
  • why a particular personal philosophy can put you on the "leadership" fast track, and how you can get it, or at least take advantage of it, even if you don't have it

You can learn more about the session content and register for the event at the following link register.


You can preview a sampling of the presentation material below - albeit without my promised-to-be engaging stories of course, and without the opportunity to challenge my hopelessly positive attitude regarding people and what it really means when they "resist change".

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