Chicago OD Practitioners Network
Topic: Change Management – An Essential End-to-End Process
Date: Friday, March 24, 2023
Location: Virtual, via Zoom
Time: 7:45-8:00 AM networking
8:00-9:30 AM program
Register: Please email at CODPNetwork@gmail.com by Tuesday, March 21 (free program). You will receive a Zoom link 1-2 days before the program date.
The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated how the business world could transform at a moment’s notice. As a result, there was a sense of urgency for organizations to invest heavily in change management to help them during these turbulent and uncertain times. The pandemic has permanently changed how companies react to change. In the 21 st Century only those organizations that embrace and manage change will survive.
Join us on Friday, March 24 th as David Kornhauser, Managing Director, DMK Consultants, shares with us a framework for change and taps into the collective knowledge of our OD practitioners network. In this highly interactive and engaging program, participants will learn about a 3-Phase Process of Change Management and will be provided with the opportunity to share your own best practices with their OD colleagues. You will participate in several break-out sessions that will help you understand this end-to-end change management process and enhance your ability to facilitate change in your organizations.
About the Speaker: David Kornhauser
David Kornhauser has worked in HR/Organizational Development and Consulting for the past 40 years. His consulting practice, DMK Consultants, specializes in change management, executive coaching and organizational/team effectiveness. David has consulted with a wide range of public corporations, privately held firms as well as not-for-profits, across diverse fields including healthcare, retail, manufacturing, technology and higher education. To learn more about DMK Consultants, please visit: www.DMKConsultants.com.
Mix of presentation (brief), large group & small group interactive discussions. Informal Zoom atmosphere. We will ask that all participants keep their camera on during the entire program, to promote good involvement and interaction. To register, please email at CODPNetwork@gmail.com by Tuesday, March 21. (free program). You will receive a Zoom link 1-2 days before the program date.
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This networking event will inspire meaningful conversations as you connect and share with other Talent Development professionals.
Register now to join us for a Monday morning virtual cup of coffee!