Webinar:Positive Change Management
Start Date: 18 Feb 2016
Start Time: 12:30 PM
End Time: 1:30 PM
Duration: 1 hour
In today’s fast changing environment agility and the ability to make change effectively is a key organisational requirement. Yet most change management initiatives fail and employees are increasing tired of and resistant to organisational changes.
Register to attend this webinar to explore:
• The key change management mistakes to avoid
• Successful approaches to effectively leading change
• How to minimise resistance, engage and motivate your people
• Positive change management methodologies
You will need access to an internet-connected PC with headphones or speakers/microphone, and will just need to follow the on-screen instructions to log in. There will be opportunities to ask questions.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Eszter is the director of Formium Development a strength-based leadership and organisational development consultancy.
As a management and organisational development specialist, Eszter helps people, teams and organisations reach enhanced performance through identifying and harnessing their strengths.
Eszter’s areas of work include training, CMI-accredited leadership programmes, facilitation, organisational development and change management as well as team and executive coaching. According to clients, working with her is supportive and challenging but also enjoyable.
Eszter moved into learning and development (and the UK) 16 years ago, having previously run a Hungarian national charity and worked for central government in social policy. In her corporate career she has held a number of HRD roles, most recently as Head of Organisational Development. She holds an MBA, is a Chartered Manager and Fellow of the CMI and CIPD. In addition to her own consultancy, Eszter holds a number of non-executive directorships and has chaired two of the CMI London Networks.
Eszter’s particular interests involve the impact of positive psychology and strength-based approaches on individual and organisational success. She believes in continuously learning and keeping up-to-date with what research tells us works in practice.
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