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Lean Learnings - Leading Change

  • March 09, 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Online Via Zoom
  • 52

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  • Employees of local, state and federal agencies and organizations, along with military activities (all branches of service, active/reserve/civilian).
  • Staff
  • Free for employees of MWCC member organizations and our Lean Peer Group companies!

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Lean Learnings

Join us for our quick, virtual events called "Lean Learnings".

From 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., catch a quick presentation from one of our consultants, a member or a guest speaker on some of your favorite lean subjects and methodologies!

Topic: LEADING CHANGE

Change has always been a part of the human condition. What is different now is the pace of change, and the prospect that it will come faster and faster, affecting every part of life. The age in which we live is changing so fast that we often feel we do not have time to adjust before more change takes place. All this means that we need to “do” change much better than ever before. In a thriving organization, Change Management is the new universal core competency.

Learning FOCUS

Knowledge.  What participants need to know and understand to effectively lead and manage change.

Process.  A process for change, with steps and activities to effectively prepare, plan, execute and sustain change.

Tools. Practical tools and models to assess, gain perspective and communicate change.

Practices & Behaviors.  Important practices, skills and behaviors to build and hone change leadership.

Presenter

Kelly has been a valued MWCC consulting partner since 2000. He helped craft the Consortia's Lean Facilitator Certification (LFCP) program and continues as LFCP faculty, providing crucial subject matter on the topics of leadership, change management, and culture change.

 With over 24 years of global experience in change management, organizational development, leadership development, performance improvement, group psychology and human behavior, Kelly works closely with clients to design and deliver innovative approaches and interventions for lasting and systemic change. He has a long-standing passion for helping teams -- especially those that are cross-functional or self-managed -- develop the skills and processes necessary to become a team of supportive, high performing colleagues.


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