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Changing the Way We Do Change: How to Navigate Through Change More Effectively

OnDemand Webinar (58 minutes)

Change can be challenging and stressful at the workplace, learn how to adapt to change now and in the future.The primary source of stress for the American worker is the seemingly never-ending workplace changes, according to numerous scientific studies. This workplace-related stress has escalated progressively over recent years. At the same time, neuroscience research is producing a stream of discoveries that can significantly help people build resilience during change and reduce workplace-related stress and anxiety. The presenter of this material is a founding member of the prestigious Society for Social Neuroscience. In addition to being supported by neuroscience research in the western world, the information in this topic is also influenced by his knowledge of mindfulness and other ancient practices from the eastern world - he began his career in the Himalayan kingdom where the Buddha was born. Interestingly, much of the recent neuroscience research confirms that these ancient eastern practices do result in considerably lowered levels of stress and anxiety. This topic delivers simple and clear explanations of how to apply researched brain-based practices to improve workplace performance and greatly reduce stress anxiety.

Authors

Chuck Hendrix, Impact Seminars and Workshops

Agenda

Pitfalls of Change

• Dispelling the Change Myth

• How to Avoid Common Pitfalls of Change

• Recovering From the Pitfalls When You Slip

Stages of Change

• 5 Stages of Change

• Why You Must Go Through Stages Multiple Times

• How Leaders and Front-Line Staff Working Together Makes All the Difference

Questions of Change

• 12 Questions to Answer to Navigate Through Change More Effectively

• How to Determine the Likelihood of a Successful Change

• What Non-Leaders Can Do to Navigate Change Effectively