Recipes for Change: Change Management for Trainers
As learning professionals, we are often involved in change efforts. We are asked to provide training on the changes and create change management classes. In addition - we are often tasked with initiating cultural change in order to create buy-in. In this session, members will learn skills they can apply when they are involved in their next change effort.
We will discuss the Prosci ADKAR change management model and how it can be applied to change management projects. We will also discuss what you need to consider when it comes to applying these concepts.
Change is so prevalent in organizations and having effective change management skills is valuable to any organization. It helps save organizations money and time.
Corrinne Shearer, Ed.D , CPLP, recently took on the Employee Development Coordinator position for the City of Westminster, CO. Prior to her new position, she was the Organizational Development/Human Resources Director for Montrose County, Colorado. During her tenure she used her expertise in organizational culture and change to create and manage organizational changes, including aligning process to the strategic plan. Prior to joining Montrose County, she was a Senior Personnel Analyst in the Organizational Development division of Human Resources at the City of Las Vegas. Corrinne earned her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership and Policy with an emphasis on leadership, change and organizational culture from the University of Northern Colorado. She also has a change management certificate from Prosci Change Management.
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