Change is a constant in many of our lives, especially in times like these where the very world we live in has drastically changed due to COVID-19.
All around us, technologies, processes, people, ideas, and methods often change, affecting the way we perform daily tasks and live our lives. This workshop will give any leader tools to implement changes more smoothly and increase the likelihood of success. This workshop will also give all participants an understanding of how change is implemented and introduce tools for managing their reactions to change.
List the steps necessary for preparing a change strategy and building support for the change
Describe the WIFM – the individual motivators for change
Use needed components to develop a change management and communications plans, and to list implementation strategies
About Our Facilitator
Bob Paden is the owner of The Growth Coach of North Indianapolis. Bob focuses on helping business owners and leaders believe the actions they are taking today will achieve the results they want in their future through a long-term, authentic relationship.
Bob considers himself to be a Synergist/Integrator – a coach who enhances the effectiveness of a leader and their team and increases the speed of change, bringing disconnected pieces of a business together into a cohesive scalable machine….also a connector – putting the right people at the right time in front of clients to solve more challenges than they can solve themselves.
Bob has a B.S. Degree from Purdue University in Mechanical Engineering Technology and has worked in and around small, large, local and global companies such a Rolls-Royce, Cummins, Quest-Global and Qantas to name a few, including his own businesses of NewRiverz, TIER321 and now The Growth Coach.
Bob is passionate about this family, has been married for over 30 years to his wonderful wife Lori (a Registered Nurse) and two children, one Purdue Alumni (Shelby) and another Purdue sophomore (Eric) and is truly enjoying an empty-nest lifestyle with Lori and their two rescued black Labradors, Murphy and Mo.