“It takes about six years of hard work to become an overnight success.” -Seth Godin
Change is a process, not an event. Many of us understand that change is a process, but we are not familiar with the process enough to implement it. Therefore, although we know better, we end up treating change as an event instead.
This learning event will help you understand the change management process so you can immediately implement it at your work. As defined by Kotter, there are 8 steps that must be followed when implementing a change:
1. Establish a sense of urgency
2. Create a guiding coalition
3. Develop a vision and strategy
4. Communicate the change vision
5. Empower employees for broad-based action
6. Generate short-term wins
7. Consolidate gains and produce more change
8. Anchor new approaches in the culture
Take a journey through Lisa Bellino’s prior experiences implementing individual and organizational changes. These experiences range from helping hundreds of individuals work through remedial performance issues to implementing a new LMS with over 100,000 users. You will understand change management best practices and begin formulating a plan to implement a needed organizational change.
1. Understand the change management process
2. Describe how the change management process can be implemented to meet an organizational need
Lisa is a Training Specialist at the University of Phoenix, where she creates and manages training and professional development for more than 16,000 faculty members. She spent four years focusing on remedial development and the next two years on data analysis. Additionally, Lisa teaches undergraduate courses at the University of Phoenix and Colorado Technical University. The courses she teaches include Introduction to Management, Academic and Career Success, State and Local Political Processes, and English Composition. Finally, she served on the Board of Directors for the Chattanooga Area Chapter of ATD from 2013-2016.