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Webinar On Change Readiness - How to Thrive in the New World of Work

Change is inevitable, the pace of change is unreliable, and the impact of change is unpredictable.

Overview: Change is inevitable, the pace of change is unreliable, and the impact of change is unpredictable. These are the facts. In every business sector there are change factors at work which, if not managed appropriately, can have significant and lasting impact on individuals, work teams, management, organizations, and the business sector overall. One of the key competencies required for successfully managing change is the ability to learn and grow continuously.Areas Covered in the Session:What is Continuous Learning and why is it an Essen- trial Skill?Why it is imperative to manage changeWhat is driving change in modern workplaces?Competencies for managing changeHow to create a culture of organizational and ongoing learning best practices for businesses to manage change


13 Nov 2015 @ 10:00 am

13 Nov 2015 @ 11:00 am

Duration: 1 hours

Timezone: GMT -5:00


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