Enhance knowledge of different change style preferences
Develop an appreciation for change-style diversity
Understand how to harness emotional intelligence to lead others through change
Learn about tools to work more collaboratively through change
Strategies to prevent conflict when undergoing change
We all manage change in our lives differently: some find it difficult and want to approach matters slowly and methodically, while others love change and embrace it moving full speed ahead. If you work with a group of people all facing the same change, it’s likely that nobody will manage the situation in the same way, which can lead to conflict. By understanding change style preferences and harnessing emotional intelligence we can manage and lead others more effectively through change.
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change”. ~Charles Darwin
Join Janice Gair, PCC, CPHR and Hayley Hesseln, PhD, CEC co-founders of EI ADVANTAGE Sept. to explore change style preferences and how to harness emotional intelligence to move employees from resistance to resilience.