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8:40-9:00 am Logging On & Networking
9:00-12:00 pm Program
Power of the Positive: Focus On What IS Working to Promote Change!
Looking to create more energy, action and better outcomes for change within your organization?
Most organizations focus on the problems, issues and failures associated with change in an attempt to problem solve their way to success. Although it is important to understand these, behavioral science informs us that if we work and think differently from a success view point, we can build more curiosity as well as increase both enthusiasm and optimism for change.
In this engaging session, you will learn about the power of the positive, see the positive change principle in action simply and practically to better execute organizational change.
1 Define common models of positive psychology
2. Differentiate and understand the benefit of leading change using positive(s) versus current organizational change practices
3. Understand and be able to incorporate the use of positive actions throughout change execution
4. Gain key learning & tools for immediate practice
Michelle Yanahan, Principal and Owner of ChangeFit 360, is a passionate organizational change management strategist and thought leader with proven expertise in executing change agility, change management and change leadership programs that enhance and grow organizational change management as a strategic business competency.
Michelle has 18 +years progressive business experience in leadership roles in operations, change management and change leadership, IT execution and project management office (PMO) development.
Michelle holds a Masters in Organizational Behavior from Benedictine University as well as CCMP and Prosci ADKAR change management certifications.
Michelle has been a featured presenter and contributor for numerous professional organizations and is a faculty member for University of Illinois at Chicago and Elmhurst University.