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Leadership storytelling: The remedy for burnout amid change. Learn how to communicate empathy, clarity, and purpose.
Transition L&D teams with the Agile methodologies transformation. Navigate the journey to empower your team's success.
Unlock Agile Success: 9 Key Aspects for L&D Leaders. Learn to implement Agile methods effectively for team and business prosperity.
Join us for a thought-provoking look at novel ways of using stories and overcoming decision fatigue to avoid worker burnout.
In this session we'll take a change management approach to what it takes to implement Agile in L&D teams. We'll start by identifying a business case for change and getting buy-in from leaders, from stakeholders and from your team. We'll look at how to prepare the team's skill sets and
Learn how a positive mindset can make a significant difference and explore a change attitude self-assessment to understand how others perceive your attitude.

Many people don’t like change, and it’s understandable why.

Learn how the HR Business Partner Program can continuously improve employee engagement, performance measurement, and change management.
Live on: December 6, 2023
You are not your anxiety. Attendees will reflect on and conquer feelings of workplace anxiety to create a new reality that is healthier.
As we rapidly advance into the era of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), it's not unusual to encounter apprehension about what these technological advancements mean for our future careers. If you have these concerns, you're not alone. But it's time to shift the narrative - from fearing AI
Regardless of how you may be affected, there are ways in which you can learn to cope with, or even welcome, changes in your organization. This webinar will help you understand and learn many of the skills they will need to continue to be successful in our world of constant
To answer the question of "Why?", we'll discuss the issues in a candid and interactive webinar providing valuable insight into how to better manage the return to office process and ensure a smooth transition for all involved. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges
Unlock the future of work with AI in our chatGPT webinar for Every Day Leaders and stay ahead in the AI-driven workplace!

For thousands of years, the top speed a human could get from point A to point B, was about 40 MPH, the speed of a horse.

This session dives into the importance of adaptability and how to reframe our perspective on change in order to create positive outcomes.

We live in a time of constant change. Between technology transforming the way we work, employees changing companies and jobs at a quicker rate than ever before, and shifting marketplace demands (just to name a few), the workplace is in a constant state of flux. Explore HRDQ-U’s growing library of change management webinars to help your workforce deal effectively with change at every level.

What is Change Management?

Change management is a set of tools, strategies, and approaches that prepare and support employees, teams, and organizations for major and minor changes. It encompasses the process leading up to the initial decision all the way through to implementation and beyond. Effective change management strategies and resources can help you to create a resilient and adaptive workforce. That’s where a powerful training program and change management webinars can be valuable.

Three Levels of Change Management

Change management training functions on three levels to ensure holistic organizational resilience. Its effective implementation depends on how successfully you’re able to integrate strategies across each of these levels:

1. Individual Change Management
The key to successful individual change management is empathy, transparency, and strong listening skills. During times of transition, take the time to meet with individual employees, conduct individual outreach, and create feedback mechanisms. Show that you’re listening to their concerns on a personal level and let them know that you’re considering their point of view. Bringing employees into the decision-making and transition process is an extremely important part of change management. The more that individuals can understand why something is changing, the more likely they are to be willing to make a shift. Remember, you’re asking a lot of employees here. Extend empathy and a willingness to learn from feedback and adjusting plans accordingly.

2. Organization and Team Change Management
Change within an organization often involves restructuring teams and objectives on a level higher than individual employees. Here, organizational change management strategies provide the structure, steps, and actions to support the many people impacted by a project.
Effective change management at the team or organizational level involves identifying who will need to change as a result and what they will need to change. Then, you will need to create a plan to ensure affected employees receive the information and training they need in order to adjust successfully. The more you can integrate the first order of change management into your organizational culture, the more effective this second order will be.

3. Enterprise Change Management
Think of this third level as your overall organizational resilience in the face of change. It is a direct result of your ability to embed effective change management at all levels of your organization. At this level, employees and teams are flexible, adaptable, and empowered to quickly and seamlessly adjust to an ever-changing workplace and marketplace. This doesn’t happen overnight. It requires strategic and consistent application of processes and strategies that equip your workforce to handle change.

With HRDQ-U change management webinars, you can discover effective strategies to implement change throughout your organization. Especially today, this sort of resilience can make or break your bottom line, so you should ensure you’ve got the basics down to create a culture of flexibility.

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