Can resistance be an opportunity or is it always an obstacle? Training professionals need to take charge as effective change agents, whether they work independently or for a large corporation. This presentation is an opportunity to engage, both in content and interactivity, the challenge of working through resistance to change. Attendees will work in groups with case scenarios to step into what might be familiar or unfamiliar roles when it comes to working toward change. We will learn to recognize and track the progress of groups toward the “Yes!” as well as where the obstacles arise and how to address, welcome and work through them so that the team is on the same page and ready to begin the process toward needed change.
Join us for the May meeting and become a positive change agent!
About Our Presenters:
Kymberly Dakin-Neal, Short Fuse Interactive, LLC
Kym develops and facilitates training events for business education, and produces a variety of educational audio products in her home recording studio. She is Founder and Principle of Short Fuse Interactive, LLC and LegacyMD: BehaviorRx for stressed and disruptive physicians. Her work brings the power of storytelling and improvisation into experiential training formats in a variety of workplace settings. These methods result in more fully realized employee potential, better company morale, and increased productivity. Kym has her masters in Adult Education through the University of Southern Maine.
Laurie Davis, Fleurish Consulting
Laurie is a Change Leadership consultant with over 25 years of experience driving change and building high performance teams in a diverse array of companies. She has special expertise in leading culture change within complex organizations. She is adept at designing and delivering leadership development programs, facilitating teams, and guiding businesses through major changes. People call on Laurie when they need help doing the hard work, such as navigating conflict or dealing with loss. Her greatest satisfaction comes from watching business people grow in competence and achieve unexpected measurable results. Laurie earned the MS degree in Organization Development from American University and she is on the faculty of USM’s Certificate program in Training and Development.