Speakers Series: How to Lead Change When We Don't Have Time (SSLCNT)
Jan 24, 2014, 8:30am-10:30am
Audience: This session is open to CPM managers and employees.
Description: Are you leading or being asked to lead a change initiative? Do you sometimes feel stuck when leading the change? If you have answered yes to any of these questions then please join us.
Constant change is a reality for successful organizations. They must achieve their short-term goals and continually adapt to their environments to stay relevant. It used to be that change was an event, now it’s business as usual. Expectations of leaders have changed too; they must deliver their current goals while transitioning their teams to new ways of thinking and working. The successful leader must balance performance and ability to change.
This session shares insights and practical advice on how to successfully manage individuals and teams through change initiatives, and it addresses the following questions:
- What are the five must-have success factors to successfully implement a change?
- What needs to be true for people to change their behaviour?
- How to get people to care about taking on changes?
- How to manage resistance to change?
- How to minimize change fatigue?
Guest Speaker: Phil Buckley
Phil Buckley is a senior change management professional with more than twenty years of experience helping individuals, teams and organizations achieve business goals across global businesses in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. He has managed 28 large scale change projects including co-leading global change management for the $19.6-billion Kraft Foods acquisition of Cadbury with a team of 40 change leads across 60 countries.
His change assignments include mergers and acquisitions, demergers, organization restructurings, efficiency drives, culture initiatives, business model developments, strategy creation and deployments, downsizings, systems implementations and organizational capability developments. Phil’s practical experience working on change initiatives in 20 countries has taught him how to help people make changes within their local environments that last and give them the results they need.
Phil is the author of a new book, Change with Confidence: Answers to the 50 Biggest Questions that Keep Change Leaders Up at Night (Jossey-Bass, April, 2013), awarded “30 Best Business Books of 2013” status by Soundview. It provides complete, actionable answers to the burning questions that leaders routinely ask about how to manage change successfully. Phil's work has been featured in Forbes, Businessweek, The Globe and Mail and many other business publications.
He holds a bachelor of commerce from the University of Toronto and a diploma in adult education from St. Francis Xavier University.
Based in Toronto, Canada, Phil is a frequent public speaker on change, including corporate keynote presentations, business facilitations and university guest lectures. His weekly blog can be read at changewithconfidence.com.
|Location:||519 Kaneff Tower|
|Sponsor:||Learning & Organizational Development (L&OD)|
|Posted by:||Glenda M. Charlton|