TORONTO, April 13, 2012 /CNW/ - Change management has become a core business competency. Change Management 2012: Agility, Performance, Engagement, hosted by The Conference Board of Canada, will examine a range of perspectives on change:
- how organizations can be successful in reducing waste and costs;
- how to deliver improvements in performance; and,
- how to ensure people remain engaged during the change process.
|When:||Monday, April 16, 2012 to Tuesday, April 17, 2012.|
|Who:||When Going Through Hell, Keep Going - Finance Transformation at Wind Mobile|
|Brice Scheschuk, Chief Financial Officer at Globalive/Wind Mobile, will discuss how to reconcile vision with reality in a change initiative, regain control in a chaotic environment and avoid the temptation to cut corners. 10:00 a.m. Monday.|
|Five Seconds to Change: Translating Profound Experiences into Lifelong Change|
|Denis S.J Shackel, President of Shackel Associates Inc., will discuss how his own experience with tragedy helped him identify tools and strategies that can help leaders facing overwhelming change. 12:30 p.m. Monday.|
|Building Leadership Resilience: The Art and Science of High Performance Under Pressure|
|Jenny Howe, Facilitator and Executive Coach at the Niagara Institute, will describe how the Building Leadership Resilience program offers proven strategies and practices to make organizations more resilient. 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.|
|Building Bridges, Not Silos—How Greater Collaboration Makes for More Effective Change|
|Jim Diotte, Vice-President Human Resources at Sask Power, will describe practical examples of how to improve performance and agility by breaking down the silos within organizations. 10:00 a.m. Tuesday.|
|Where:|| The Sutton Place Hotel Toronto, 955 Bay St, Queen Victoria Ballroom (2nd floor)
For more information, visit: http://www.conferenceboard.ca/conf/12-0024/default.aspx
The conference is sponsored by Strategic Leadership Forum, Niagara Institute and CMC Canada.
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Media must register in advance.
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Françoise Makanda, Media Relations Coordinator
Tel.: (613) 526-3090, ext. 389. E-mail: [email protected].