Friday Nov. 1st
9:00 AM- 6:00 PM PDT
Federal Reserve Bank
We have an amazing line-up of inspiring keynote speakers and several sessions featuring leaders in the world of change management who will be presenting during this event!
Registration, refreshments & networking
Nancy Harrison, IMA – Thought Leadership on Active Sponsorship
Having educated and active Sponsorship accounts for at least 50% or more of successfully accelerating change implementation. Do you know how to create Thought Leadership on this critical role? In this fast-paced session, Nancy Harrison, will show you how.
At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:
Turn executives into thought leaders on the role of Sponsorship;
Identify three specific actions that are required from sponsors for success; and
Identify strategies for reinforcing the behavior changes required for change.
Sheila Fain, La Marsh Global- Prioritizing Changes: Tools for Leaders
Leaders should be prioritizing and reprioritizing work for employees as the organization shifts and adjusts to supplier issues, changing technology, poor performance, customer needs, environmental factors, day to day issues and more. Establishing clear dates and expectations – ensuring changes are completed and successful. Easier said than done, right? Everything looks and smells like a priority and it often is, but let’s be realistic about what can actually be accomplished while successfully doing our day to day work. We will explore tactics for leaders to prioritize work in a contemporary organization.
Ani Ziyalyan, PhD, CBRE – Change management for data privacy
With the rise of the data economy, management of data has become an industry focal point. Companies worldwide have shifted their focus on modifying their operational, technological, and behavioral landscape. Data privacy programs not only have to incorporate measures to ensure companies adhere to legal and regulatory requirements, but also must address the need for a cultural shift. Implementing the right change management levers to enable cultural change is a key success factor of any Data Privacy program to ensure that employees, vendors, and clients respect privacy, secure information, and enable trust. Ani Ziyalyan will discuss the various change management challenges faced and strategies applied to a Global Data Privacy Program.
Lunch & Networking
Kvon Tucker, Google
"He who has a why to live can bear almost any how." - Friedrich Nietzsche. As a change management professional, it is easy to get mired in the myriad of models. Yet it’s those who see their work as their calling who fare better in times of constant change. Join this experiential workshop to develop your inner purpose and place it at the heart of your change management. Kvon Tucker, a change, growth, and leadership coach will guide you. He has worked at Netflix, Amazon, and Google, helping leaders change themselves, their circumstances, and their organizations. You'll leave with tools and insights that will help you and others focus on what really matters, embrace change, and inspire others to join you.
Jerry Jellison, PhD – Overcoming resistance
In this energetic workshop, you’ll learn new ways to think about how to help people change, and you’ll learn practical tools to make change happen - fast. You’ll…:
Understand the common thoughts & feelings during the J-Curve of Change
Recognize the limitations of persuasion and education as influence tools
Create GLIDE path action plans to motivate people to achieve SMART goals
Learn to communicate in Ground Level language to make it easy to change
Front-load Incentives to keep people motivated despite setbacks
Create Direct and easy paths by circumvent obstacles and temptations to quit
Empathize with peoples’ doubts & fears to adopt to new behavior patterns
You’ll leave the session motivated to immediately put your new skills to work.
Roderick Brown, Korn Ferry - Power of Data Driving Strategic Change Management
Everyone’s inflection point provides an opportunity to tell an impactful story and support our clients in making decisions with insights and clarity. Our projects collect an extraordinary amount of data and we’ve often become the oracles left to interpret our decisions viewed as art when our world is all science. Let’s explore how we used our change management data points to give us a simple and repeatable processes. We will explore the data relationships from the work we do and explore how we can tell compelling stories.
Provide an Overview of the Change Management Data Relational Hierarchy
Show the impacts on our Change Management Work products
Show Project Past Examples of how we can use our data to support dynamic needs
Provide a Pathway into using Change Management Data in your next project
Abraham Gutsioglou, PhD – Managing complex transformations
Change is never a linear path. One thing is for certain – projects behave erratically. When you are asked to control an erratic situation, you need a less traditional process to revitalize that failing situation. Dr. Gutsioglou believes success arises when you challenge yourself to Think Differently about the world around you. Join Dr. Gutsioglou on a journey to make our world a better place, by injecting creative, strategic, and holistic thinking into business practices. It doesn’t matter if you are a long-term executive, starting your first business, or fresh out of college.
ACMP SoCal board
Fun stuff (registration required):
happy hour & networking
tour of the museum
*Important: Download the document below for information regarding policies, procedures, and driving instructions of the Federal Reserve Bank
IMA – Thought Leadership on Active Sponsorship
Think Differently LLC- Managing complex transformations
La Marsh Global- Prioritizing Changes: Tools for Leaders
CBRE – Change management for data privacy
Google- Leading Change With Purpose
Korn Ferry - Power of Data Driving Strategic Change Management