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MNCMN October Change Summit: “Candor and Accountability: How to do it in such a way to help and not harm change management”

  • 19 Oct 2017
  • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Century College, 3300 Century Ave N White Bear Lake, MN 55110

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Topic: Candor and Accountability: How to do it in such a way to help and not harm change management 

Speaker: Carolien Moors, Founder, HardTalk Biz Coaching

Agenda:

  • 4:00pm - 4:30pm - Informal Networking 
  • 4:30pm - 5:45pm - Guest Speaker Presentation
  • 5:45pm - 6:00pm - MNCMN Business Updates

Change management professionals are often involved in organizational change in various ways, both large- and small-scale. Regardless of your role, it's likely you'll encounter multiple challenges with people, processes, procedures, and projects. This often times creates confusion and tension around accountability, making honest, direct conversations challenging. It can also leave sub-par performance unchecked and strain collaboration and business results.

In this interactive "2 for 1" seminar, you'll gain useful insights and tips to create candor, transparency, and accountability via communications. Learn about HRO principles, CVs of failure, blameless postmortems, and the Dutch-Candor approach. By the end of the day, you'll better understand how to best execute "meaningful candor" and improve accountablity in a positive and principled way.

Bio: 
Carolien Moors is the founder of HardTalk Biz Coaching. She provides executive coaching, keynotes, team workshops, seminars, and webinars. Carolien has 26 years of experience in Europe and the U.S. serving the legal field, IT, finance, hospitality, food, education, healthcare, manufacturing, government, non-profits and others.

Parking & Entrance Information:  The entrance is located on the East side of campus: East Campus Door 8. The parking lot is located in the front of the building. Once parked, look for an American flag & proceed up the ramp. Watch for signs for the MNCMN event when entering!


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