Learning from the experts and from my peers in a virtual setting! Just what I need to help me become a better change agent. Project Manager, Midwest Manufacturing Co.
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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 26, 2010
Enroll today in the Managing Change Successfully in 2010 free virtual seminar series offered by LaMarsh & Associates. The first tutorial -- The 10 Minute Triage -- includes a Triage Checklist and a prescription of information and resources the change agent can use to assess the organization’s readiness to improve the way changes are implemented. To enroll contact Nicole Sturznickel at nsturznick(at)lamarsh(dot)com or go to http://www.lamarsh.com.
In each of the tutorials LaMarsh & Associates will focus on obstacles and challenges change agents experience in their work – all highlighted in The 10 Minute Triage. Each tutorial will present a Case Study showing how the LaMarsh & Associates Managed Change™ framework and tools can help to achieve the results leadership expects from the changes project managers and other agents of change manage. LaMarsh will share its 30 years of experience working with clients trying to manage change effectively and its observations and insights as to why changes fail.
Supplementing the tutorials, LaMarsh & Associates will conduct a monthly Change Agent Chat to share its client experience and encourage participants to discuss the challenges and achievements they are experiencing.
Has past experience managing change been less successful than anticipated? Has it been difficult to convince senior leadership that a disciplined approach to planning and implementing change is necessary? Has it resulted in lost credibility in the role of change agent? If the answer is yes to any of these questions enroll in the free Managing Change Successfully in 2010 Virtual Seminar Series by contacting Nicole Sturznickel at LaMarsh & Associates to register: nsturnzick(at)lamarsh(dot)com or call 312-464-1349. To learn more go to http://www.lamarsh.com. Share this announcement with colleagues and leaders who could benefit from the strategies and tactics necessary for Managing Change Successfully in 2010.