Minimize the Pain of Change and Maximize Your Results

Originally delivered May 20, 2009
Developed by: AIChE
  • Type:
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    Basic
  • PDHs:
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Although leaders and managers often have the best intentions, they can set a change initiative up to fail without being aware of the danger signs. Jeanenne LaMarsh, CEO and Founder of LaMarsh & Associates facilitates a dynamic and thought provoking webinar on the value of effective change management. You will learn how to identify sources of organizational resistance and proactively build and launch a plan for active, visible and ongoing sponsorship support before change begins to fail.

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Jeanenne LaMarsh

Jeanenne LaMarsh works in a consultative capacity with organizations committed to effective organizational change. She is internationally recognized as an expert in helping companies to implement successful change. Jeanenne works with senior management, key change agents, and people who need to change; helping them to understand change and build effective change management strategies.

Jeanenne founded LaMarsh & Associates in 1979 as a firm that addresses the human factors that support successful change. While serving as both a consultant and teacher of the Managed Change™...Read more

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