Thursday, May 23, 2013

You Know Your IQ, But What’s Your CQ?

How Developing Your Change Intelligence Empowers You to Lead Organizational Change

Are you frustrated that no matter what you try, your change projects seem to either fail outright or produce gains that don’t last?  The reality is that most changes do fail. As many as 70% of organizational change initiatives fall short of expectations.  As a knowledge management professional, your career progress hinges on your ability to lead successful and sustainable change. 

In this presentation, you’ll get introduced to how to get beyond the buzzwords and leverage a proven formula for change.  The CQ System for Developing Change Intelligence is based on decades of change leadership  in the workplace, years of conducting global research on managing change, and deep study into the psychology and neuroscience of change.  Through real-life examples you’ll learn how to:
Engage the brain, inspire the heart, and motivate the hands to get people moving in positive, new directions so change sticks
Diagnose your own Change Intelligence, and appreciate the strengths and blind spots of your Change Leadership Style
Develop your CQ to drive change that gets results, recoups your investment, and makes a bottom line difference for your organization, team and career
Emerge as a more competent and confident – and less stressed and frustrated – leader of change 

Presenter  -  Barbara A. Trautlein, Ph.D.
Barbara is principal and founder of Change Catalysts, author of the book Change Intelligence®:  How Developing Your CQ® Helps You Lead Organizational Change and originator of the CQ/Change Intelligence System. For over 25 years, Barbara has conducted workshops for thousands of participants, coached many dozens of people from CEOs to union workers, and facilitated over a dozen mission-critical multi-year change management initiatives - achieving bottom-line business and powerful personal results for clients.  She is gifted at sharing strategies and tactics that are accessible, actionable, and immediately applicable.  Her blend of research and real-world expertise makes her an in-demand speaker at conferences in North America, South America, Asia, and Africa.  Barbara has a unique ability to connect with her audiences, from C-level executives in Fortune 50 organizations to front line employees, and across industries, from steel mills to sales teams, refineries to retail outlets, and healthcare to high tech.  Clients served include Baxter Healthcare, CareerBuilder, Catholic Health System, Ford Motor Company, the NYPD, and United Airlines.  Barbara holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Michigan. 

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