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Speaker Series: Start at the End: How to Lead Your Team through Change
December 8, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Within the last six months, teams have been forced to change faster, and to a greater degree, than ever before—and there’s no signs of slowing down.
Leaders who want their teams to embrace change often encounter resistance because change—even a good, necessary change—feels like loss. And as humans, we hate loss more than we value gain.
In this webinar, we’ll explain the three stages of change, and why leaders tend to start at the beginning when they should really start at the end. Then, we identify the six different types of loss teams commonly experience when going through a change (whether that’s a desk move or a completely new process), and how leaders can address each loss. Participants will have an opportunity to work through a recent or upcoming change and workshop a response.
In addition, we’ll provide practical tools that leads can implement right away to improve team camaraderie when going through change.
Following this session, you will:
- Recognize the three stages of any organizational change
- Understand the six types of loss teams experience when going through change, and how to ameliorate them
- Implement a simple activity to build psychological safety within their teams.
About Paula Cizek: As Chief Research Officer at organizational design firm NOBL, Paula hunts down emerging ways of working and makes it easy for people to implement change within their organization. Prior to NOBL, she served as an innovation consultant at IPG Media Lab and Mandalah, guiding organizations as they uncovered and developed new products and services. Previous clients include Warner Bros., Chanel, Capital One, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, Airbnb, Chipotle, Grupo Bimbo, and more.
This event is going to be held virtually. Attendees will receive a link to the live stream and worksheets once they have signed up.
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