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Two-thirds of change efforts fail to fulfill their promise. Much of this failure is due to the process of implementation. How do leaders come to terms with changes and, in turn, motivate their employees to support them?
There are five key positive sentiments that, taken together, create the basis for change commitment. In turn, there are six key leadership activities that facilitate these sentiments.
Join us for this webinar, led by Stan Harris, Associate Dean of the Harbert College of Business at Auburn University, as he shares:
- best practices for successfully implementing this framework to lead change
- how to set expectations and lay the foundation for motivating a commitment to change within yourself and your organization
Stanley (Stan) G. Harris, Ph.D. (The University of Michigan) is Associate Dean for Graduate & International Programs and Luck Professor in the Harbert College of Business at Auburn University. Stan provides leadership for Harbert’s fulltime, online, executive (EMBA), and physicians executive MBA (PEMBA) programs. Previously, Stan directed the PEMBA program for 12 years and the PhD program in Management for 17.
Stan's primary area of research is managing organizational change and transformation. His article on creating readiness for change has been cited over 1,900 times. In 2018, he received the Harbert College’s “Best All-Around Faculty” award. He works with organizations to help plan and facilitate large-scale strategic change efforts.