Becoming Your Organization's Change Champion
Presenter: Mike Thompson
When: Thursday, June 29th, 11:00AM - 12:00PM CST
Location: Virtual Webinar
Being able to manage and lead change in today’s business climate is synonymous with simply being in management. Today being a great manager or leader means you need to be great at change management.
After the session, learners will be able to:
- Understand that change is constant and continuous
- Explain how people deal with change on a psychological level
- Explain the process of change, change curve (attitude through change), and how to reduce negative organizational impact from change
- Develop the mindset of a change champion
Mike Thompson is the CEO of SVI, a talent development company on a mission to crate irresistible companies and extraordinary people. Mike and his company, SVI, partner with complex global organizations to engage, train, assess and develop their entire workforce. As one of the most forward thinkers in leadership, Mike coaches executives and next-generation CEOs at many of the world’s largest companies. He has toured the world and studied leadership in some of the most primitive environments to gain deeper level leadership insights in all types of communities and cultures around the globe.
Mike is the author of three top-selling business and leadership books, The Organizational Champion: How to Develop Passionate Change Agents at Every Level; The Anywhere Leader: How to Lead and Succeed in Any Business Environment; and, most recently, Forging Grit: A Story of Leadership Perseverance. Mike holds a master’s degree in Leadership and Ethics from John Brown University and serves as the President of the Dallas chapter for the Association of Talent Development. Prior to founding SVI, Mike was the founder and president of Thompson Murray, a leader in in-store marketing. Mike also served six years in the Air Force and Air National Guard as a Life Support Technician providing instruction on land and water survival, and tactical evasion.
Click here to register for this free, one-hour webinar