Cultivating Adaptability: Normalize Change

Cultivating Adaptability: Normalize Change

This On-Demand event was originally presented on March 20, 2024 (60 min)


More and more, individuals, teams, and organizations are realizing they simply cannot stay the same, and yet, at the same time, they find change very hard to implement. In this webinar, we will discuss the need to normalize change to strive in these volatile times, and we will begin to understand why our very own survival instincts would make this a difficult task. We will explain how the hormones of stress keep us in familiar patterns of thinking and feeling and how these patterns prevent us from exploring the unknown. Participants will then learn how they are uniquely designed to be creators and how we are all equipped with the capacity to make thought more real than anything else. Finally, participants will understand the need for self-regulatory techniques to move into a state of being that is open to change and better suited for exploring the unknown. The participants will be left with an on-the-go self-regulatory tool to begin their own journey toward normalizing change. 

Attendees will learn

  • The benefits of normalizing change.
  • The biology of change resistance.
  • How stress amplifies resistance.
  • How to make thought more real than anything else.
  • How to use self-regulation as a path to cultivate adaptability.

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Ken Scott serves as a coach, consultant, and trainer. He has worked with all levels of an organization, from senior executive VPs to individuals, adding value for the customer. He has a deep desire to help individuals evolve to higher levels of performance and enjoyment. This empowers them to change themselves and contribute to changing their organization from the inside out. Ken has been practicing the work of Dr. Joe Dispzena since 2012 and became a HeartMath-certified NeuroChangeSolutions consultant in 2020, teaching the work of Dr. Joe and HeartMath to individuals, teams, and organizations both locally and internationally. 

Ken’s background is in Manufacturing and Engineering. This background keeps him grounded in the desire for science and research-based solutions to personal and organizational challenges. Ken has committed himself to continuing his exploration of the ever-evolving scientific understandings of personal change and transformation both for himself and for his clients. 

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3 Responses

  1. This webinar was so insightful and full of tips for people like myself who are hesitant about change. The science behind our emotions was enlightening and I look forward to putting Ken’s tips into practice. Anyone who struggles with change will absolutely benefit from attending this webinar.

  2. Ken provides a well-documented and evidence-based approach to how to effectuate change. However, he does it in a very calm and easy to understand/master manner. I appreciate his laid-back attitude filled with scientific data. This webinar was enjoyable and beneficial.

  3. Pre-webinar discussion: Imagine everyone on your team or even your entire organization as being masters of change. What if every person had the same language and understanding of change, how would you and your company benefit from normalizing change?


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