How to Influence Change at Your Organization
Recorded On: 05/19/2022
Implementing change at a company can be a daunting task when employees are complacent and comfortable doing things the way they have always been done. When a team is resistant to change, growth or improvement can be affected.
To motivate staff and have them fully support your idea for change, it’s important to understand how to develop and present the idea in an appealing manner.
Join the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) for an on-demand session to learn how to navigate change, including:
- An introduction to value as the foundation for change
- Learn through simple exercises how a value centric perspective influences most decisions.
- How to advance your idea for change using curiosity, empathy and evidence
- Learn how to generate support for your idea by identifying beneficiaries and obtain data that supports your idea.
- How to position your idea
- Discuss the importance of your value-centered pitch and how to gain influencers who support your idea.
- How to prototype, measure, and adjust your idea
- Discuss the launch, measurement, and adjustments of your idea.
- How to add value to your career by introducing and implementing change
- Learn how initiating change can increase your career value.
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Analytical and strengths-based career design strategist who uses empathy, creativity, and WHO Logic to help people and programs uncover, articulate, and leverage value.
WHO Logic is a nimble valuation and alignment framework applicable for self-marketing, career advancement, and all facets of strategic planning, implementation, and measurement.
My professional passion is deeply rooted in supporting the goals of individuals and programs. Contributions within the university setting include strategic planning, assessment, intercultural communication advocacy, and person-centered career education.
Design thinking, mindfulness, and deep learning experiences are my enduring curiosities.