Change can be difficult, but what if we were able to leverage our understanding of how the brain works to make transitions easier? Join us for the Corporate University Professional Development Network’s (PDN) final session of the year as we look at how the latest neuroscience findings can guide progressive change management strategies.
Ever wondered what actually triggers resistance inside the brain? Conversely, ever thought about what triggers confidence, optimism and enthusiasm in the brain? The latest neuroscience findings have revealed these triggers, which means we can now leverage this information to guide the design of our change management strategies. In the November PDN, Jesse Newton with the help of a David Rock framework, will reveal the triggers of resistance and support, and facilitate an interactive working session to reveal how change management tactics can be designed with these triggers in mind.
No Charge - RSVP required
To RSVP: Contact Naomi Berkove, firstname.lastname@example.org, 312-960-8108
Networking: 6:00-6:30 PM
Session: 6:30–8:15 PM
Jesse Newton is the managing director of NOD Consulting, a progressive human capital consulting firm. NOD Consulting helps organizations tap into the power of their people through the provision of three service areas: Strategic HR, Change Management and Leadership Development. Earlier in his career, Jesse Newton was a leader of Booz & Company’s People & Change consulting team and also spent a number of years within Ernst & Young’s People & Organizational consulting Team. He received his Masters in Learning & Organizational Change from Northwestern University, is a published author and frequent speaker in the Vistage International global leadership circuit.
A big thanks to Jesse Newton for organizing and presenting, and also to Stephanie Leese Emrich and Kendall College for generously hosting!
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