Change and conflicts will always be part of what leaders navigate through and those leaders who engender even more trust in uncertain times cultivate healthy, results-driven culture.
According to a McKinsey & Company study, 70 percent of change programs fail to achieve their goals. Leaders need to build skills to effectively lead change efforts at a more rapid pace than ever before. And, organizations and teams are made up of individuals, each with very different wants, needs, and desires. Those differences can often create conflict. How leaders lead through change and conflict will essentially be strong indicators of competence and character.
This two-day workshop will help elevate forward visioning skills to anticipate and analyze potential challenges and strengthen levels of confidence to make calculated risks even in the face of resistance.
Sold Out: May 16–17, 2022 from 9 a.m.–3 p.m.Join our mailing list for upcoming opportunities
About the workshop
- Explore a framework of conflict resolution to better understand your own leadership approach to conflict
- Learn forward visioning skills to anticipate and analyze potential communication challenges before they arrive
- Learn best practices associated with a successful approach to change management
- Practice delivering “bad news” to a group of employees and responding to criticism
- Build resiliency skills to stay the course in the face of resistance
- The strategic power of the pause
- Importance of balancing instincts with critical thinking skills
- The thoughtful intentionality of choosing when to speak and when to listen
- Anticipating and being prepared for the bumps in a change management process