It doesn't take a leader to notice an opportunity or a problem. It doesn't take a leader to have ideas about how to leverage the opportunity or solve the problem. It takes a leader to mobilize people to innovate and take action. Innovation is not a magical power that some possess and most despair of ever understanding. Innovation is simply the process of seeing things in a new way and embracing the process of change.
Change is an obvious and undeniable fact of life. Change simply means moving forward and not standing still. The most successful leaders are those that don't run from change, but turn it to their advantage.
Learn to create challenging goals that energize and inspire others
Responsibly challenge the status quo and conventional practices
Experiment and take smart risks to achieve innovative and effective solutions
Demonstrate a bias for taking action and doing things proactively
Confront common misconceptions about change
Discover the most common mistakes in handling change
Understand the role of emotions in change
Learn useful tips for engaging others in the process
Unlimited snacks and refreshments will be provided throughout the workshop. Lunch is not provided and participants are free to leave the facility for a one hour lunch break.
September 3, 2020
(Via Tero's Virtual Zoom Platform)
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. in-person
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. virtual (90 minute lunch break)
You may cancel your registration up to 14 days before the seminar. 75% of your registration fee will be refunded. If you need to cancel less than 14 days prior to the seminar, you may send a substitute from your organization or transfer your registration to another Tero seminar within one year.
Tero accepts MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover as an alternative to our standard invoicing procedures.
This has been the most helpful class on change I have ever been a part of! A lot of great information.
Quana GuiffreDenver, Colorado
Helpful and effective in breaking bad habits and creating new good ones that will help my career development.
Catharina KusumaDes Moines, Iowa
Deena RoumeliotisDes Moines, Iowa