Tue, May 04|
Leading Change When Your Employees are Lean, Mean, and Out-of-Steam
Amid worries about the economy, job security, health, employees’ capacity to take on change in the workplace has plunged significantly. Join this interactive session to explore best practices for equipping leaders, teams, and employees with the critical skills and mind-sets needed to combat change.
Time & Location
May 04, 2021, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
About the event
Amid worries about the economy, job security, their health and the health of their loved ones, employees’ capacity to take on change in the workplace has plunged significantly. According to Gartner, Inc. employees’ change fatigue has doubled since 2019, with negative reactions to change -- such as burnout, frustration, or apathy – plummeting at precisely the time when more change is precisely what organizations need in order to reset. The long-term negative impacts of change fatigue upon productivity, morale, and organizational commitment will likely continue unless leadersshift the way that they initiate and manage change and transform the way that they shape employees’ change experience.
Join this interactive session to explore best practices for equipping leaders, teams, and employees with the critical skill-sets and mind-sets needed to combat change fatigue in an age of disruption.
· Identify key indicators of change fatigue
· Leverage resilience to combat change fatigue
· Discover evidence-based approaches for reducing change fatigue
· Increase your value as a strategic change leader
About the Speaker:
Holly Burkett, PhD, SPHR is an accomplished change leader, performance coach, and talent builder with over 20 years experience helping organizations develop resilient capabilities that foster high engagement, collaboration, and operational excellence. Formerly with Apple, clients have included: Chevron; State Bar of California; Caltrans; and the National Security Agency. An award-winning learning leader and author, she is a sought-after speaker, coach, and facilitator who serves as a Prosci® certified change practitioner, certified SPHR, and certified Stakeholder Centered Coach. Publications include “Learning for the Long Run" and multiple case studies. An active volunteer with ACMP, her doctoral degree is in Human Capital Development.