Increasing fast pace of change requires a culture where everyone is a change leader
Everyone in the workplace is working in times of intense technological innovation and dealing with ongoing rapid change and disruptions.
The key is how to inspire and engage everyone to be ‘leaders of change’ and to dynamically increase innovation, collaboration and success for everyone in the company and for the business overall.
This keynote focuses on how each individual can harness their own inner abilities to lead change and personal leadership in a positive and proactive way.
This keynote is based on Cheryl’s new book “The Art of Change Leadership” (Wiley 2015)
Attendees will leave this session with:
- Further insight into how is fast change is impacting the speed of work and how we as leaders need to build adaptability to the new reality
- A shifted perspective on how we as individuals can harness positive stress and leverage time in an increasingly fast-paced work environment
- A clear understanding of how each generation views change, deals with change and strategies to improve change responses and actions
- The change cycle and how to use this model to lead change for self and for others
- Insight into their own personal change behaviors and tools to leverage their individual ability to adapt more quickly to ongoing change with a positive approach
- Tools to lead change with multiple perspectives including emotional intelligence, generation intelligence and energetic intelligence
- A change leadership ‘next map’ that will outline your next steps to creating the future that you want to create
Cheryl was our keynote speaker at the UVA Wise Economic Forum and she presented “The Future of Work is Now - Are You Ready?” The response from our audience included comments such as:
"Fantastic and inspirational view of the future"
"Loved the blend of practicality along with a push to help us be more innovative"
"Phenomenal ideas on how we can innovate and increase real time creativity for future success"
"Excellent research and statistics on the future of work and its relevance to both education and business"
"Inspired by Cheryl Cran"
We would definitely have Cheryl back to provide more insights on the future of work, innovation and change leadership.”