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04/06/17 Leading Complex Change - Jorgensen Learning Center. For details see flyer and/or visit www.mciu.org/register .
LEADING COMPLEX CHANGE ANOTHER GREAT LEARNING OPPORTUNITY FROM JORGENSEN LEARNING CENTER In times of budget constraints, state driven initiatives and national challenges, leading complex change has become the norm, not the exception. How is your leadership coping with these changes? How does it impact your organization’s performance? Learning how to facilitate movement and growth is critical to the successful implementation of any new initiative or change within an organization. Learn effective communication practices that will enable you to address change through every conversation and during every meeting. These are opportunities to talk about change in ways people can understand, shape a shared vision they can sign onto and sustain momentum and create commitment. Develop your team’s capacity to learn, adapt and transform through focused conversations that enable you to effectively initiate, design, plan, lead and monitor change efforts. Date: April 6, 2017 | 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Audience: Educational leaders at any level including teacher leaders Cost: $135 for member schools $195 for non-member Credits: 6 Act 48 hours Questions: Please contact Lois Winton (610) 755-9315 | email@example.com WWW.MCIU.ORG/REGISTER LEARNING OBJECTIVES: •Design work activities in line with the enterprise goals and vision. •Identify the current reality and establish the desired future state. •Identify work that is not in alignment with enterprise goals and take steps to eliminate those work efforts or mitigate their negative effects. •Identify and help create desired conditions in the teams or departments they lead, and mitigate unde- sired conditions. •Design conversations that facilitate a successful change process. •Enroll and commit your team to the new change by developing frameworks and processes to guide them through. •Learn how 5 Learning Disciplines can extend your capabilities and develop personal strategies to become a more effective change leader.