Leading Enterprise-Wide Change - From Inspiration to Implementation
May 22, 2012 at 1:00 PM (ET)
Success in today’s competitive, ever-changing environment requires leaders with bold vision, to drive innovation and embrace new ways of doing business. The vision has to be strategic, sophisticated, inspiring and farsighted. A clear, bold vision is not enough, however, and will not guarantee organizational success. Many bold visions fail to produce measurable change, and far less inspire the organization to reach new heights. There are several common reasons why good organizations fail in translating bold visions into operational realities. There’s also a process that successful companies follow to avoid these failure, and put new visions into practice.
Join us for this TrainingIndustry.com webinar, sponsored by UNC Executive Development, as we present a five-phase change model that has helped organizations complete the journey from inspiration to implementation. Your guide for this interactive webinar will be Doug Ready, founder of ICEDR and author of Champions of Change, who has worked closely with Deutsche Bank, the BBC, Hess Corporation and other global organizations to develop, refine and implement this five-phase change model.
In this free, one-hour webinar, you will:
- Identify the barriers that will derail your organizational change efforts
- Learn an effective, five-step model to guide your company through the change process
- Examine companies that have adopted this model for organizational change
- Develop techniques to ensure your organization is invested in the change process
Register today for this webinar and you will receive a free UNC Executive Development white paper, Charting a Course in Uncertain Times.
Doug Ready, professor of the practice of leadership at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and founder of ICEDR (International Consortium for Executive Development Research), has written more than 25 articles on leadership development, change management and top team effectiveness. He also authored the book Champions of Change and edited the book In Charge of Change. He is a frequent contributor to executive education programs and leadership conferences and is an active consultant, helping CEOs, top teams and senior executives to develop organizational and leadership resources, and HR development practices, to sustain global competitiveness.
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