Behave Yourself: Using Behavior to Activate Change
DescriptionChange management has had a heavy industry focus on tools, templates, standards and methods. Although these are necessary, they are not enough in of themselves to drive change. This is evidenced by the continued, disappointing statistics on the rate of successful change.
Driving change involves the difficult task of trying to invoke and sustain human behavior impossible by the action of completing a template alone.
Isn’t it time we matured our practices to include a behavior based approach as part of our “application” to drive organizational change?
This session will energize participants through an engaging session that explores how to immediately employ practical behavior practices into their change management tool kit.
1. Assess behavior based skills for driving change
2. Understand how behavior gets rooted and sustained
3. Explore visible and measurable differences between a behavior based approach and a typical change management approach
4. Learn practical ways to include behavior in change execution
Michelle Yanahan, Principal and Owner of ChangeFit 360, is a passionate organizational change management strategist and thought leader with proven expertise in executing programs to enhance and grow organizational change management as a strategic business competency.
Michelle has 16+years progressive business experience in leadership roles in operations, change capability and competency development, change execution, IT execution, project execution/management and project management office (PMO) development and operations.
Michelle holds a Masters in Organizational Behavior from Benedictine University as well as CCMP and Prosci ADKAR change management certifications. Michelle is a member of industry associations such as ACMP, CODIC and ATDChi and has been a featured presenter at the ACMP Midwest Conference for both 2015 & 2016 and ACMP Webinar series presenter in 2017. Michelle holds a Board position for the ACMP Midwest Chapter.