Thursday, 22 February, 2018

The People Side of Business Transformation

Thursday, 22 February, 2018
08:30 AM - 10:30 AM

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 70% of all change initiatives fail - McKinsey

In their article, Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail, the Harvard Business Review identified 8 reasons why companies fail in their efforts to adapt to more challenging market environments.
All 8 reasons involve a failure to get the people side of Business Transformation right, from not establishing a great enough sense of urgency to not anchoring changes in the corporation’s culture.
Many people find it difficult to change habits, routines and ways of thinking. How many times have you heard "We've always done it that way?" or "Why do I have to change?"
At Dale Carnegie we believe that people support a world they help create.  Imposed change does not work. Only once managers communicate, enable and encourage employees to actively participate and support change, will it become embedded.
Join us and other like-minded business leaders at this free two-hour seminar to find out how Dale Carnegie immediately helps managers in your organisation:
·       Prepare for change
·       Engage their teams
·       Make implementation successful
·       Get people on board with a new future
·       Deal with the emotions involved in change
·       Maintain open and effective communication


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United Kingdom Reading, Berkshire Wednesday, 28 February, 2018
09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Chelmsford, Essex N/A
United Kingdom
+44 20 8166 5845
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Who Should Attend

Anyone involved in managing people - Directors, HR, Business Owners, Managers

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