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    July - Welcoming Change Within Your Organization – Embracing It With Open Arms

    Date: July 18, 2017, 11:15am – 1:00pm
    Crown Plaza
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    Welcoming Change Within Your Organization – Embracing It With Open Arms

    When organizational change is necessary; whether it is to culture, technology or leadership of the company, oftentimes it comes with a wide array of mixed emotions and hesitancy from the workforce. The idea of implementing something fresh, different and outside the comfort zone can often impact and disrupt the productivity levels of employees, and could quite possibly alter the attitudes of how they perceive the company moving forward. When any type of transformation is required, how can you best convey the notion positively so that it is not disruptive to your workforce? In our presentation, we’ll provide the fundamental building blocks to an effective change management plan for a seamless transition. We will discuss industry best practices in managing adoption and acceptance of organizational change, to prepare your workforce to embrace it with open arms.
    1) How to successfully communicate organizational change in a positive manner
    2) Effective Change Management techniques for a seamless transition
    3) Provide best practices for organizational change to manage the process end-to-end

    Jason Schumaker, VP of Enterprise Sales at Ceridian, is an accomplished sales leader with experience in building and driving teams to consistently exceed expectations.  Jason has a history of establishing and sustaining disciplined cultures that value change and drive profitable revenue growth. He received his BS, Finance Degree from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with concentrations in Marketing and MIS.  You can follow Jason on Twitter at ‘@jasonschumaker’ where he Tweets on HR, Payroll, HCM, Workforce Management and Economic topics.