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Innovation: How Is It Done?     (details...)

Creating a new idea is only one side of innovation. The other is getting the idea into reality, and that is a "political" process. This program explores that process, drawing upon the organizational history of past innovations. The word "innovation" calls to mind new products, but in fact, a few accounting scheme, a new social program, a new personal practice, and a new partnership can all be innovations.

Leading Change     (details...)

In today's fast-paced, global business environment, external forces—technology, regulations, mergers, the economy— are forcing companies to change their business practices to stay competitive. Their ability to "shift gears" and minimize the impact of change is key to ensuring they cross the finish line ahead of competitors.

Who Moved My Cheese? ©     (details...)

Are you or your employees finding change hard to take? This program helps view change through the eyes of simplicity, lots of humor and profound "ah-ha's." Based on Dr. Spencer Johnson's bestselling book of the same name, you will learn how to thrive in times of personal and professional change.

Dealing Effectively with Downsizing and Mergers: A Survivor's Guide     (details...)

Your company has been downsized or "rightsized" and you've survived -- now what? In this fast-paced workshop, participants are introduced to the whys and hows of organizational re-engineering as well as the impact of such significant change on individuals. Powerful practices are introduced to help survivors of downsizing regain "high ground".

Embracing Change     (details...)

If there's one thing all organizations in today's economy have in common, it's that they are undergoing change. But change can only be effective if the employees impacting your bottom line embrace it. Their ability to adapt will determine the competitiveness and success of your organization.

Leadership: Facilitating Change     (details...)

How your company handles change depends on how your leaders help people move from the disorientation stage to integration and acceptance.

Managing Change to Maximize Organizational Performance     (details...)

Many organizations are going through their third or even fourth major change initiative trying to find ways to be successful or simply to survive in a changing environment. To embrace change as the new way of organizational life and manage it to maximize organizational performance.

Using Resistance - To Change!     (details...)

Managing change in organizations requires a deep understanding of why people resist change and how to utilize resistance as guidance -- to turn it into a positive resource. Resistance is a way people naturally try to avoid such dilemma. This workshop helps managers and supervisors understand what's behind the resistance they are experiencing in their organization -- and use it to further the change.

Riding the Waves of Change     (details...)

Learn how to harness the energy created by the need for change. While people may fear change and resist it, they will gain confidence in your ability to develop change strategies. Participants will practice uncovering people's natural responses to change, designing change plans, and experiencing their impact through exercises, simulations, and self-assessment tools.

Change Management: Communication Skills for an Organization in Transition     (details...)

Perhaps the most consistent aspect of today's business environment is change. Changes abound in organizational structures, procedures, human resource policies, techniques and technology. Employees may become unsettled, suspicious and even resistant. For the employee, change suggests a transposition from old, comfortable ways to new, uncertain ones, which are questionable and inconvenient. Leaders must discover ways to dissipate the resistance using effective communication.

Riding the Waves of Change     (details...)

Learn how to harness the energy created by the need for change. While people may fear change and resist it, they will gain confidence in your ability to develop change strategies. Participants will practice uncovering people's natural responses to change, designing change plans, and experiencing their impact through exercises, simulations, and self-assessment tools.

Managing Change to Maximize Organizational Performance     (details...)

Many organizations are going through their third or even fourth major change initiative trying to find ways to be successful or simply to survive in a changing environment. To embrace change as the new way of organizational life and manage it to maximize organizational performance.

Embracing Change     (details...)

If there's one thing all organizations in today's economy have in common, it's that they are undergoing change. But change can only be effective if the employees impacting your bottom line embrace it. Their ability to adapt will determine the competitiveness and success of your organization.

Leading Change     (details...)

In today's fast-paced, global business environment, external forces—technology, regulations, mergers, the economy— are forcing companies to change their business practices to stay competitive. Their ability to "shift gears" and minimize the impact of change is key to ensuring they cross the finish line ahead of competitors.

Leadership: Facilitating Change     (details...)

How your company handles change depends on how your leaders help people move from the disorientation stage to integration and acceptance.

Innovation: How Is It Done?     (details...)

Creating a new idea is only one side of innovation. The other is getting the idea into reality, and that is a "political" process. This program explores that process, drawing upon the organizational history of past innovations. The word "innovation" calls to mind new products, but in fact, a few accounting scheme, a new social program, a new personal practice, and a new partnership can all be innovations.

Using Resistance - To Change!     (details...)

Managing change in organizations requires a deep understanding of why people resist change and how to utilize resistance as guidance -- to turn it into a positive resource. Resistance is a way people naturally try to avoid such dilemma. This workshop helps managers and supervisors understand what's behind the resistance they are experiencing in their organization -- and use it to further the change.

Dealing Effectively with Downsizing and Mergers: A Survivor's Guide     (details...)

Your company has been downsized or "rightsized" and you've survived -- now what? In this fast-paced workshop, participants are introduced to the whys and hows of organizational re-engineering as well as the impact of such significant change on individuals. Powerful practices are introduced to help survivors of downsizing regain "high ground".

Change Management: Communication Skills for an Organization in Transition     (details...)

Perhaps the most consistent aspect of today's business environment is change. Changes abound in organizational structures, procedures, human resource policies, techniques and technology. Employees may become unsettled, suspicious and even resistant. For the employee, change suggests a transposition from old, comfortable ways to new, uncertain ones, which are questionable and inconvenient. Leaders must discover ways to dissipate the resistance using effective communication.

Who Moved My Cheese? ©     (details...)

Are you or your employees finding change hard to take? This program helps view change through the eyes of simplicity, lots of humor and profound "ah-ha's." Based on Dr. Spencer Johnson's bestselling book of the same name, you will learn how to thrive in times of personal and professional change.

Change Management: Communication Skills for an Organization in Transition     (details...)

Perhaps the most consistent aspect of today's business environment is change. Changes abound in organizational structures, procedures, human resource policies, techniques and technology. Employees may become unsettled, suspicious and even resistant. For the employee, change suggests a transposition from old, comfortable ways to new, uncertain ones, which are questionable and inconvenient. Leaders must discover ways to dissipate the resistance using effective communication.

Dealing Effectively with Downsizing and Mergers: A Survivor's Guide     (details...)

Your company has been downsized or "rightsized" and you've survived -- now what? In this fast-paced workshop, participants are introduced to the whys and hows of organizational re-engineering as well as the impact of such significant change on individuals. Powerful practices are introduced to help survivors of downsizing regain "high ground".

Using Resistance - To Change!     (details...)

Managing change in organizations requires a deep understanding of why people resist change and how to utilize resistance as guidance -- to turn it into a positive resource. Resistance is a way people naturally try to avoid such dilemma. This workshop helps managers and supervisors understand what's behind the resistance they are experiencing in their organization -- and use it to further the change.

Innovation: How Is It Done?     (details...)

Creating a new idea is only one side of innovation. The other is getting the idea into reality, and that is a "political" process. This program explores that process, drawing upon the organizational history of past innovations. The word "innovation" calls to mind new products, but in fact, a few accounting scheme, a new social program, a new personal practice, and a new partnership can all be innovations.

Managing Change to Maximize Organizational Performance     (details...)

Many organizations are going through their third or even fourth major change initiative trying to find ways to be successful or simply to survive in a changing environment. To embrace change as the new way of organizational life and manage it to maximize organizational performance.

Leadership: Facilitating Change     (details...)

How your company handles change depends on how your leaders help people move from the disorientation stage to integration and acceptance.

Riding the Waves of Change     (details...)

Learn how to harness the energy created by the need for change. While people may fear change and resist it, they will gain confidence in your ability to develop change strategies. Participants will practice uncovering people's natural responses to change, designing change plans, and experiencing their impact through exercises, simulations, and self-assessment tools.

Embracing Change     (details...)

If there's one thing all organizations in today's economy have in common, it's that they are undergoing change. But change can only be effective if the employees impacting your bottom line embrace it. Their ability to adapt will determine the competitiveness and success of your organization.

Leading Change     (details...)

In today's fast-paced, global business environment, external forces—technology, regulations, mergers, the economy— are forcing companies to change their business practices to stay competitive. Their ability to "shift gears" and minimize the impact of change is key to ensuring they cross the finish line ahead of competitors.

Who Moved My Cheese? ©     (details...)

Are you or your employees finding change hard to take? This program helps view change through the eyes of simplicity, lots of humor and profound "ah-ha's." Based on Dr. Spencer Johnson's bestselling book of the same name, you will learn how to thrive in times of personal and professional change.

Embracing Change     (details...)

If there's one thing all organizations in today's economy have in common, it's that they are undergoing change. But change can only be effective if the employees impacting your bottom line embrace it. Their ability to adapt will determine the competitiveness and success of your organization.

Change Management: Communication Skills for an Organization in Transition     (details...)

Perhaps the most consistent aspect of today's business environment is change. Changes abound in organizational structures, procedures, human resource policies, techniques and technology. Employees may become unsettled, suspicious and even resistant. For the employee, change suggests a transposition from old, comfortable ways to new, uncertain ones, which are questionable and inconvenient. Leaders must discover ways to dissipate the resistance using effective communication.

Leading Change     (details...)

In today's fast-paced, global business environment, external forces—technology, regulations, mergers, the economy— are forcing companies to change their business practices to stay competitive. Their ability to "shift gears" and minimize the impact of change is key to ensuring they cross the finish line ahead of competitors.

Riding the Waves of Change     (details...)

Learn how to harness the energy created by the need for change. While people may fear change and resist it, they will gain confidence in your ability to develop change strategies. Participants will practice uncovering people's natural responses to change, designing change plans, and experiencing their impact through exercises, simulations, and self-assessment tools.

Using Resistance - To Change!     (details...)

Managing change in organizations requires a deep understanding of why people resist change and how to utilize resistance as guidance -- to turn it into a positive resource. Resistance is a way people naturally try to avoid such dilemma. This workshop helps managers and supervisors understand what's behind the resistance they are experiencing in their organization -- and use it to further the change.

Innovation: How Is It Done?     (details...)

Creating a new idea is only one side of innovation. The other is getting the idea into reality, and that is a "political" process. This program explores that process, drawing upon the organizational history of past innovations. The word "innovation" calls to mind new products, but in fact, a few accounting scheme, a new social program, a new personal practice, and a new partnership can all be innovations.

Managing Change to Maximize Organizational Performance     (details...)

Many organizations are going through their third or even fourth major change initiative trying to find ways to be successful or simply to survive in a changing environment. To embrace change as the new way of organizational life and manage it to maximize organizational performance.

Dealing Effectively with Downsizing and Mergers: A Survivor's Guide     (details...)

Your company has been downsized or "rightsized" and you've survived -- now what? In this fast-paced workshop, participants are introduced to the whys and hows of organizational re-engineering as well as the impact of such significant change on individuals. Powerful practices are introduced to help survivors of downsizing regain "high ground".

Leadership: Facilitating Change     (details...)

How your company handles change depends on how your leaders help people move from the disorientation stage to integration and acceptance.

Who Moved My Cheese? ©     (details...)

Are you or your employees finding change hard to take? This program helps view change through the eyes of simplicity, lots of humor and profound "ah-ha's." Based on Dr. Spencer Johnson's bestselling book of the same name, you will learn how to thrive in times of personal and professional change.

Leading Change     (details...)

In today's fast-paced, global business environment, external forces—technology, regulations, mergers, the economy— are forcing companies to change their business practices to stay competitive. Their ability to "shift gears" and minimize the impact of change is key to ensuring they cross the finish line ahead of competitors.

Who Moved My Cheese? ©     (details...)

Are you or your employees finding change hard to take? This program helps view change through the eyes of simplicity, lots of humor and profound "ah-ha's." Based on Dr. Spencer Johnson's bestselling book of the same name, you will learn how to thrive in times of personal and professional change.

Leadership: Facilitating Change     (details...)

How your company handles change depends on how your leaders help people move from the disorientation stage to integration and acceptance.

Managing Change to Maximize Organizational Performance     (details...)

Many organizations are going through their third or even fourth major change initiative trying to find ways to be successful or simply to survive in a changing environment. To embrace change as the new way of organizational life and manage it to maximize organizational performance.

Dealing Effectively with Downsizing and Mergers: A Survivor's Guide     (details...)

Your company has been downsized or "rightsized" and you've survived -- now what? In this fast-paced workshop, participants are introduced to the whys and hows of organizational re-engineering as well as the impact of such significant change on individuals. Powerful practices are introduced to help survivors of downsizing regain "high ground".

Using Resistance - To Change!     (details...)

Managing change in organizations requires a deep understanding of why people resist change and how to utilize resistance as guidance -- to turn it into a positive resource. Resistance is a way people naturally try to avoid such dilemma. This workshop helps managers and supervisors understand what's behind the resistance they are experiencing in their organization -- and use it to further the change.

Riding the Waves of Change     (details...)

Learn how to harness the energy created by the need for change. While people may fear change and resist it, they will gain confidence in your ability to develop change strategies. Participants will practice uncovering people's natural responses to change, designing change plans, and experiencing their impact through exercises, simulations, and self-assessment tools.

Change Management: Communication Skills for an Organization in Transition     (details...)

Perhaps the most consistent aspect of today's business environment is change. Changes abound in organizational structures, procedures, human resource policies, techniques and technology. Employees may become unsettled, suspicious and even resistant. For the employee, change suggests a transposition from old, comfortable ways to new, uncertain ones, which are questionable and inconvenient. Leaders must discover ways to dissipate the resistance using effective communication.

Innovation: How Is It Done?     (details...)

Creating a new idea is only one side of innovation. The other is getting the idea into reality, and that is a "political" process. This program explores that process, drawing upon the organizational history of past innovations. The word "innovation" calls to mind new products, but in fact, a few accounting scheme, a new social program, a new personal practice, and a new partnership can all be innovations.

Embracing Change     (details...)

If there's one thing all organizations in today's economy have in common, it's that they are undergoing change. But change can only be effective if the employees impacting your bottom line embrace it. Their ability to adapt will determine the competitiveness and success of your organization.

Leading Change     (details...)

In today's fast-paced, global business environment, external forces—technology, regulations, mergers, the economy— are forcing companies to change their business practices to stay competitive. Their ability to "shift gears" and minimize the impact of change is key to ensuring they cross the finish line ahead of competitors.

Using Resistance - To Change!     (details...)

Managing change in organizations requires a deep understanding of why people resist change and how to utilize resistance as guidance -- to turn it into a positive resource. Resistance is a way people naturally try to avoid such dilemma. This workshop helps managers and supervisors understand what's behind the resistance they are experiencing in their organization -- and use it to further the change.

Embracing Change     (details...)

If there's one thing all organizations in today's economy have in common, it's that they are undergoing change. But change can only be effective if the employees impacting your bottom line embrace it. Their ability to adapt will determine the competitiveness and success of your organization.

Leadership: Facilitating Change     (details...)

How your company handles change depends on how your leaders help people move from the disorientation stage to integration and acceptance.

Managing Change to Maximize Organizational Performance     (details...)

Many organizations are going through their third or even fourth major change initiative trying to find ways to be successful or simply to survive in a changing environment. To embrace change as the new way of organizational life and manage it to maximize organizational performance.

Dealing Effectively with Downsizing and Mergers: A Survivor's Guide     (details...)

Your company has been downsized or "rightsized" and you've survived -- now what? In this fast-paced workshop, participants are introduced to the whys and hows of organizational re-engineering as well as the impact of such significant change on individuals. Powerful practices are introduced to help survivors of downsizing regain "high ground".

Who Moved My Cheese? ©     (details...)

Are you or your employees finding change hard to take? This program helps view change through the eyes of simplicity, lots of humor and profound "ah-ha's." Based on Dr. Spencer Johnson's bestselling book of the same name, you will learn how to thrive in times of personal and professional change.

Change Management: Communication Skills for an Organization in Transition     (details...)

Perhaps the most consistent aspect of today's business environment is change. Changes abound in organizational structures, procedures, human resource policies, techniques and technology. Employees may become unsettled, suspicious and even resistant. For the employee, change suggests a transposition from old, comfortable ways to new, uncertain ones, which are questionable and inconvenient. Leaders must discover ways to dissipate the resistance using effective communication.

Riding the Waves of Change     (details...)

Learn how to harness the energy created by the need for change. While people may fear change and resist it, they will gain confidence in your ability to develop change strategies. Participants will practice uncovering people's natural responses to change, designing change plans, and experiencing their impact through exercises, simulations, and self-assessment tools.

Innovation: How Is It Done?     (details...)

Creating a new idea is only one side of innovation. The other is getting the idea into reality, and that is a "political" process. This program explores that process, drawing upon the organizational history of past innovations. The word "innovation" calls to mind new products, but in fact, a few accounting scheme, a new social program, a new personal practice, and a new partnership can all be innovations.

Leading Change     (details...)

In today's fast-paced, global business environment, external forces—technology, regulations, mergers, the economy— are forcing companies to change their business practices to stay competitive. Their ability to "shift gears" and minimize the impact of change is key to ensuring they cross the finish line ahead of competitors.

Leadership: Facilitating Change     (details...)

How your company handles change depends on how your leaders help people move from the disorientation stage to integration and acceptance.

Using Resistance - To Change!     (details...)

Managing change in organizations requires a deep understanding of why people resist change and how to utilize resistance as guidance -- to turn it into a positive resource. Resistance is a way people naturally try to avoid such dilemma. This workshop helps managers and supervisors understand what's behind the resistance they are experiencing in their organization -- and use it to further the change.

Riding the Waves of Change     (details...)

Learn how to harness the energy created by the need for change. While people may fear change and resist it, they will gain confidence in your ability to develop change strategies. Participants will practice uncovering people's natural responses to change, designing change plans, and experiencing their impact through exercises, simulations, and self-assessment tools.

Innovation: How Is It Done?     (details...)

Creating a new idea is only one side of innovation. The other is getting the idea into reality, and that is a "political" process. This program explores that process, drawing upon the organizational history of past innovations. The word "innovation" calls to mind new products, but in fact, a few accounting scheme, a new social program, a new personal practice, and a new partnership can all be innovations.

Managing Change to Maximize Organizational Performance     (details...)

Many organizations are going through their third or even fourth major change initiative trying to find ways to be successful or simply to survive in a changing environment. To embrace change as the new way of organizational life and manage it to maximize organizational performance.

Embracing Change     (details...)

If there's one thing all organizations in today's economy have in common, it's that they are undergoing change. But change can only be effective if the employees impacting your bottom line embrace it. Their ability to adapt will determine the competitiveness and success of your organization.

Change Management: Communication Skills for an Organization in Transition     (details...)

Perhaps the most consistent aspect of today's business environment is change. Changes abound in organizational structures, procedures, human resource policies, techniques and technology. Employees may become unsettled, suspicious and even resistant. For the employee, change suggests a transposition from old, comfortable ways to new, uncertain ones, which are questionable and inconvenient. Leaders must discover ways to dissipate the resistance using effective communication.

Who Moved My Cheese? ©     (details...)

Are you or your employees finding change hard to take? This program helps view change through the eyes of simplicity, lots of humor and profound "ah-ha's." Based on Dr. Spencer Johnson's bestselling book of the same name, you will learn how to thrive in times of personal and professional change.

Dealing Effectively with Downsizing and Mergers: A Survivor's Guide     (details...)

Your company has been downsized or "rightsized" and you've survived -- now what? In this fast-paced workshop, participants are introduced to the whys and hows of organizational re-engineering as well as the impact of such significant change on individuals. Powerful practices are introduced to help survivors of downsizing regain "high ground".

Riding the Waves of Change     (details...)

Learn how to harness the energy created by the need for change. While people may fear change and resist it, they will gain confidence in your ability to develop change strategies. Participants will practice uncovering people's natural responses to change, designing change plans, and experiencing their impact through exercises, simulations, and self-assessment tools.

Managing Change to Maximize Organizational Performance     (details...)

Many organizations are going through their third or even fourth major change initiative trying to find ways to be successful or simply to survive in a changing environment. To embrace change as the new way of organizational life and manage it to maximize organizational performance.

Leadership: Facilitating Change     (details...)

How your company handles change depends on how your leaders help people move from the disorientation stage to integration and acceptance.

Dealing Effectively with Downsizing and Mergers: A Survivor's Guide     (details...)

Your company has been downsized or "rightsized" and you've survived -- now what? In this fast-paced workshop, participants are introduced to the whys and hows of organizational re-engineering as well as the impact of such significant change on individuals. Powerful practices are introduced to help survivors of downsizing regain "high ground".

Who Moved My Cheese? ©     (details...)

Are you or your employees finding change hard to take? This program helps view change through the eyes of simplicity, lots of humor and profound "ah-ha's." Based on Dr. Spencer Johnson's bestselling book of the same name, you will learn how to thrive in times of personal and professional change.

Innovation: How Is It Done?     (details...)

Creating a new idea is only one side of innovation. The other is getting the idea into reality, and that is a "political" process. This program explores that process, drawing upon the organizational history of past innovations. The word "innovation" calls to mind new products, but in fact, a few accounting scheme, a new social program, a new personal practice, and a new partnership can all be innovations.

Embracing Change     (details...)

If there's one thing all organizations in today's economy have in common, it's that they are undergoing change. But change can only be effective if the employees impacting your bottom line embrace it. Their ability to adapt will determine the competitiveness and success of your organization.

Change Management: Communication Skills for an Organization in Transition     (details...)

Perhaps the most consistent aspect of today's business environment is change. Changes abound in organizational structures, procedures, human resource policies, techniques and technology. Employees may become unsettled, suspicious and even resistant. For the employee, change suggests a transposition from old, comfortable ways to new, uncertain ones, which are questionable and inconvenient. Leaders must discover ways to dissipate the resistance using effective communication.

Using Resistance - To Change!     (details...)

Managing change in organizations requires a deep understanding of why people resist change and how to utilize resistance as guidance -- to turn it into a positive resource. Resistance is a way people naturally try to avoid such dilemma. This workshop helps managers and supervisors understand what's behind the resistance they are experiencing in their organization -- and use it to further the change.

Leading Change     (details...)

In today's fast-paced, global business environment, external forces—technology, regulations, mergers, the economy— are forcing companies to change their business practices to stay competitive. Their ability to "shift gears" and minimize the impact of change is key to ensuring they cross the finish line ahead of competitors.

Embracing Change     (details...)

If there's one thing all organizations in today's economy have in common, it's that they are undergoing change. But change can only be effective if the employees impacting your bottom line embrace it. Their ability to adapt will determine the competitiveness and success of your organization.

Managing Change to Maximize Organizational Performance     (details...)

Many organizations are going through their third or even fourth major change initiative trying to find ways to be successful or simply to survive in a changing environment. To embrace change as the new way of organizational life and manage it to maximize organizational performance.

Change Management: Communication Skills for an Organization in Transition     (details...)

Perhaps the most consistent aspect of today's business environment is change. Changes abound in organizational structures, procedures, human resource policies, techniques and technology. Employees may become unsettled, suspicious and even resistant. For the employee, change suggests a transposition from old, comfortable ways to new, uncertain ones, which are questionable and inconvenient. Leaders must discover ways to dissipate the resistance using effective communication.

Leading Change     (details...)

In today's fast-paced, global business environment, external forces—technology, regulations, mergers, the economy— are forcing companies to change their business practices to stay competitive. Their ability to "shift gears" and minimize the impact of change is key to ensuring they cross the finish line ahead of competitors.

Who Moved My Cheese? ©     (details...)

Are you or your employees finding change hard to take? This program helps view change through the eyes of simplicity, lots of humor and profound "ah-ha's." Based on Dr. Spencer Johnson's bestselling book of the same name, you will learn how to thrive in times of personal and professional change.

Riding the Waves of Change     (details...)

Learn how to harness the energy created by the need for change. While people may fear change and resist it, they will gain confidence in your ability to develop change strategies. Participants will practice uncovering people's natural responses to change, designing change plans, and experiencing their impact through exercises, simulations, and self-assessment tools.

Dealing Effectively with Downsizing and Mergers: A Survivor's Guide     (details...)

Your company has been downsized or "rightsized" and you've survived -- now what? In this fast-paced workshop, participants are introduced to the whys and hows of organizational re-engineering as well as the impact of such significant change on individuals. Powerful practices are introduced to help survivors of downsizing regain "high ground".

Leadership: Facilitating Change     (details...)

How your company handles change depends on how your leaders help people move from the disorientation stage to integration and acceptance.

Using Resistance - To Change!     (details...)

Managing change in organizations requires a deep understanding of why people resist change and how to utilize resistance as guidance -- to turn it into a positive resource. Resistance is a way people naturally try to avoid such dilemma. This workshop helps managers and supervisors understand what's behind the resistance they are experiencing in their organization -- and use it to further the change.

Innovation: How Is It Done?     (details...)

Creating a new idea is only one side of innovation. The other is getting the idea into reality, and that is a "political" process. This program explores that process, drawing upon the organizational history of past innovations. The word "innovation" calls to mind new products, but in fact, a few accounting scheme, a new social program, a new personal practice, and a new partnership can all be innovations.

Riding the Waves of Change     (details...)

Learn how to harness the energy created by the need for change. While people may fear change and resist it, they will gain confidence in your ability to develop change strategies. Participants will practice uncovering people's natural responses to change, designing change plans, and experiencing their impact through exercises, simulations, and self-assessment tools.

Using Resistance - To Change!     (details...)

Managing change in organizations requires a deep understanding of why people resist change and how to utilize resistance as guidance -- to turn it into a positive resource. Resistance is a way people naturally try to avoid such dilemma. This workshop helps managers and supervisors understand what's behind the resistance they are experiencing in their organization -- and use it to further the change.

Innovation: How Is It Done?     (details...)

Creating a new idea is only one side of innovation. The other is getting the idea into reality, and that is a "political" process. This program explores that process, drawing upon the organizational history of past innovations. The word "innovation" calls to mind new products, but in fact, a few accounting scheme, a new social program, a new personal practice, and a new partnership can all be innovations.

Dealing Effectively with Downsizing and Mergers: A Survivor's Guide     (details...)

Your company has been downsized or "rightsized" and you've survived -- now what? In this fast-paced workshop, participants are introduced to the whys and hows of organizational re-engineering as well as the impact of such significant change on individuals. Powerful practices are introduced to help survivors of downsizing regain "high ground".

Embracing Change     (details...)

If there's one thing all organizations in today's economy have in common, it's that they are undergoing change. But change can only be effective if the employees impacting your bottom line embrace it. Their ability to adapt will determine the competitiveness and success of your organization.

Change Management: Communication Skills for an Organization in Transition     (details...)

Perhaps the most consistent aspect of today's business environment is change. Changes abound in organizational structures, procedures, human resource policies, techniques and technology. Employees may become unsettled, suspicious and even resistant. For the employee, change suggests a transposition from old, comfortable ways to new, uncertain ones, which are questionable and inconvenient. Leaders must discover ways to dissipate the resistance using effective communication.

Who Moved My Cheese? ©     (details...)

Are you or your employees finding change hard to take? This program helps view change through the eyes of simplicity, lots of humor and profound "ah-ha's." Based on Dr. Spencer Johnson's bestselling book of the same name, you will learn how to thrive in times of personal and professional change.

Leading Change     (details...)

In today's fast-paced, global business environment, external forces—technology, regulations, mergers, the economy— are forcing companies to change their business practices to stay competitive. Their ability to "shift gears" and minimize the impact of change is key to ensuring they cross the finish line ahead of competitors.

Leadership: Facilitating Change     (details...)

How your company handles change depends on how your leaders help people move from the disorientation stage to integration and acceptance.

Managing Change to Maximize Organizational Performance     (details...)

Many organizations are going through their third or even fourth major change initiative trying to find ways to be successful or simply to survive in a changing environment. To embrace change as the new way of organizational life and manage it to maximize organizational performance.