Beyond behaviors — shaping mindsets for successful organizational change
Mark Rogers with Insights Without Borders and the Houston District Director for ACMP Texas is coming all the way from Houston to give the Austin ACMP a private presentation of his Beyond Behaviors presentation that he delivered at the ACMP TX Conference in Fort Worth on Sep 13th.
With any change, discomfort and resistance are typically the focus. OD leaders and practitioners who look to understand their organization’s identity and internal capabilities can shift the “change = pain” mindset to capitalize on opportunity that lies within the disruption.
By shifting the organization’s perspective of business transitions, transformation and breakthrough, and treating discomfort as positive tension, OD teams can leverage internal change processes to drive the level of performance needed to manage and sustain successful change across teams.
We’ll meet at the Library’s Cook Book Café at 5:15 “ish” which is accessible via the Library entrance on 2nd street.
Parking is beneath the library accessible via West Ave.
Conference room 621
Be part of the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP) Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA, USA from May 3 - 6! Attend one of the industry’s most prominent events and meet colleagues from around the world who are focused on spearheading change.
Change Management 2020 is designed to support your professional growth and goals – allowing you to choose specific Conference sessions, connect with fellow practitioners and create an experience to enhance your overall expertise.
Additional details will be shared in the next few months, so be sure to stay connected with us to find out about the latest updates. As a reminder, the earlier you register, the more you can save on Conference registration.
We look forward to seeing you May 3-6, 2020 for a three-day Conference NOT to miss!
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