Managing the Emotions of Change: simple tools for effective leadership in a world of constant disruption

  • 30 Oct 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Cabela's / Bass Pro Shops 2300 S Promenade Blvd, Rogers, AR 72758

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Managing the Emotions of Change: simple tools for effective leadership in a world of constant disruption 

Does the idea of change tie your stomach in knots? Or maybe you've watched someone come undone when their normal routine is disrupted? 

Change initiatives often fail because of the emotions they evoke, usually because those emotions are glossed over or ignored. Discover the science behind why we respond the way we do and learn simple tools to manage the emotional impact of change - so you keep yourself and your team moving forward!

In this session, participants will:

  • Recognize root causes of resistance to change, so you can work with them instead of struggling against them
  • Lean the brain science behind emotional reactivity, so you can stop guessing about what's going on, and start responding effectively
  • Discover how to manage the emotional impact of change and resistance to change, so you can move forward and achieve your goals

Facilitated by Grade Judson! https://www.gracejudson.com/about-grace/  

Grace is a self-proclaimed leadership geek on a mission to help new managers become good leaders.

She has a vision of a world where people wake up looking forward to their workday because their jobs are meaningful, interesting, challenging, and even exciting.

Her big question is, What if work was more fun?

Not just livable; not just bearable: fun. Work shouldn’t suck. The corporate life shouldn’t be a rat race.

It starts with the first-line manager and leader.

Drawing on 25 years of corporate experience – including 16 years of executive leadership – plus 15 years of training and coaching fledgling leaders, Grace works with first-line managers and supervisors to help them become good leaders, creating meaningful, enjoyable, high-paying careers as they learn the skills most in demand by the companies they work for.

   
 
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