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LUNCH PROGRAM - Managing Change Effectively
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9/15/2017
When: 09/15/2017
11:15 AM to 1:45 PM
Where: Holiday Inn - Sarasota Airport
8009 15th St E
Sarasota, Florida  34243
United States
Contact: Liz Cotner, 2017 Programs Director

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2017 September Professional Development Program

CANCELLED

DUE TO HURRICANE IRMA 

 

Managing Change Effectively

 

Brian Willett

Dale Carnegie Training

Vice President of Operations

Southwest Florida 

502-296-7632

brian.willett@dalecarnegie.com 

swflorida.dalecarnegie.com 

 

Brian Willett is a performance results coach.  He works with companies and individuals to change their behaviors, so they can get a better outcome, a better result; that leads to more income for the individual and more revenue for the business.

 

Brian has spent his career in various leadership positions and sales positions in Higher Education Administration, Logistics and Distribution, Defense Industry, and in Training and Development.   In these positions, Brian learned how important ongoing personal development and continued education was for himself and others to continue to grow in their career.

 

Brian focuses in the areas of leadership development, sales training, negotiations, communication, and performance improvement and management. 

 
 

Objectives: 

1. Avoid the most common change management mistakes

2. Understand a model for change

3. Define the type of change currently occurring in the organization

4. Manage yourself and others during organizational change

 

Summary 

One of the most challenging responsibilities of management is leading organizations and personnel through organizational change.  This module will focus upon the impact of organization changes due to internal and external factors, the role of the manager and how that role changes as a result.   

 

Context

As managers you are responsible for three clear areas of change management:   1. Managing organizational change.  2. Managing individuals during organizational change.  3. Managing yourself during organizational change.  By taking a prepared, organized approach, you can plan and execute the necessary strategies for guiding your organizations through times of change.

   
   
   
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