Once a change is announced and communicated it often gets stalled at implementation because frontline employees find too many barriers and obstacles that haven’t been considered in the overall change plan.
Step 5 in Kotter’s Change Leadership Model suggests that we must plan for the removal of these obstacles so that employees are empowered to act in concert with the change.
Join us as we explore tools that Melanie Nichols is using to empower broad-based action in a major change going on right now at Ingram Micro.
This program will help you improve your ability to:
About the Presenter:
Melanie Nichols, Director Organizational Effectiveness at Ingram Micro, is an accomplished Industrial/Organizational Psychologist with postgraduate coach training from the College of Executive Coaching. She is a results-focused, values-driven, change agent with a track record of success. Melanie specializes in identifying improvement opportunities and blending best practices and psychology to custom design a solution.
A valued partner of her internal clients, her work with them has resulted in them being awarded:
Parking & Security Instructions: Park in visitor parking at the front of the building. Go through main front doors to check in with Security and be directed to the meeting room. Please plan for a 5-7 minute check-in process.
7:30- 7:45 a.m. – Arrival and informal networking
7:45 – Welcome and presentation of Change Model relevant to case study
8 a.m. – Structured networking around the Change Model
8:15 a.m. – Presentation of Case Study by Melanie Nichols
8:45 a.m. – Questions & group discussion and with Presenter about Case Study and Change Model
8:55 a.m. – Personal application
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Change SIG Leaders: Lisa Kolbe and Denise Lamonte (714-342-9733)
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