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CHANGE! Navigating the Whitewater

CHANGE! Navigating the Whitewater delivered in either keynote or workshop form, or both provides a thought-provoking look at our ever-changing world and the interconnectedness of stakeholders. How does one part of our business impact another? How can we build an organization that welcomes and embraces change, and through initiative, creates an environment that is flexible, innovative and creative? The ability to change quickly has never been as important as it is today. We can choose to cling to the bank or jump on the raft and go for a ride. Yvonne promises that it will be “fun and exhilarating”.

Audience Members Will Learn:

  • The importance of riding the waves of change
  • How to identify the “Change Agents” in your organization
  • Organizations that embrace the waves of change, make a significant difference to their profitability and become more desirable places to work
  • The risks of not riding the wave
  • How to evaluate employees’ appetite for change
  • To connect the importance of change to your contemporary business and learning that relishing, even creating, change is indispensably linked to success.

Learning Provider: Speakers\' Beaureau of Alberta

Opportunity Type: Speaker

Category: Management Skills, Management & Governance, Dispute Resolution & Negotiation, Interpersonal Communications, Relationship Building, Change Management, Strategic Thinking, Innovation & Creation, Big Picture Thinking, Continuous Learning, Self-Awareness, Self-Initiative, Self-Awareness & Development

Region: Cal, Edm, S, CE, CW, NE, NW

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Contact Name: Speakers' Bureau of Alberta

Contact Phone: 1-866-420-3338

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Please see the below link for more information on how to book this speaker.

Registration/More Info: http://speakersalberta.com/T_CHANGE!NavigatingWhitewater.html

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