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TD SIG: The Brain on Change: Understanding Resistance and Strategies for Addressing it
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TD SIG: The Brain on Change: Understanding Resistance and Strategies for Addressing it

The program has been approved for 1.50 HRCI and SHRM credits.

9/20/2019
When: Friday, September 20, 2019
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Where: 3110 Fairview Park Drive
Suite 1100
Falls Church, Virginia  22042
United States


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Registration


Member Fee: $0

Non-Member Fee: $15

 


Directions and Parking


  • By Metro, take the Orange Line to Dunn Loring in Fairfax.
  • If driving, parking is free in the attached garage and in the visitor spaces out front of the building.
  • Once in the building, take elevators up to the 11th floor. Ring the bell for access to the office.

 


Schedule


  • 7:45 AM  Registration & Networking
  • 8:15 AM  Announcements
  • 8:30 AM  Session Begins
  • 9:45 AM  Q & A

Program Information


Change happens, and is part of most of our day to day professional lives. This session will provide a brief overview of the Change Management discipline, and then focus on understanding change at the individual level. We’ll address the topic of resistance and provide strategies for mitigating and addressing resistance.

  • HOW WILL THIS PROGRAM BENEFIT A SEASONED HR PRACTITIONER: As an overview session covering the basics of change management and managing resistance it would be a good high-level refresher for a seasoned HR Practitioner, and may even highlight areas for continued learning.
  • HOW WILL THIS PROGRAM BENEFIT AN ASSOCIATE, OR MID-LEVEL HR PRACTITIONER: For a mid-level practitioner this session might be a refresher and/or provide direction for further learning.
  • HOW WILL THIS PROGRAM BENEFIT AN ENTRY-LEVEL HR PRACTITIONER: The benefit for an entry-level practitioner is exposure to the concepts and awareness of skills and tools for further learning if they choose to do so.

Learning Objectives

  • Participants come away with a deeper understanding of why resistance to change is normal and natural, and some strategies for mitigating and/or address resistance.
  • Participants will learn about a brain-based model for collaborating with and influencing others.
  • Participants will come away with a basic understanding of the change management discipline.

 


Featured Speakers


Jessica Zucal, Principal at Evans Incorporated

Jessica Zucal is a Principal Consultant with Evans Incorporated, As a change management and culture specialist, Jessica helps senior leaders and their organizations to effectively navigate change while equipping them to be able to sustain the changes sought. She has proven expertise in leading and facilitating large-scale IT and cultural change initiatives, from strategy and planning, to implementation and execution.

Driven by a passion to develop healthy organizations, Jessica earned a Masters of Science in Organization Development and Knowledge Management from George Mason University (GMU). Jessica is also an NLI (NeuroLeadership Institute) trained Coach, Adjunct Professor at GMU, Certified Scrum Master, and Certified Infinite Possibilities Trainer.