Understanding Change in the Workplace – Unlock Your Potential Workshop Series Kicks Off — September 23
Media Contact: Susan Cipollaro, firstname.lastname@example.org, 203-254-4000 ext. 2726
When: Saturday, September 23, 2017 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Where: Fairfield University, 1073 North Benson Road, Fairfield, Conn., Canisius Hall, Room 9.
What: The Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions at Fairfield University presents the Unlock your Potential workshop series, led by Paul Maloney, EdD, professor of the practice in Applied Psychology. The workshop series is designed to teach skills for professionals to advance their career and will kick off with the topic of Change Management, a workshop designed to assist managers and employees in understanding change and dealing with its impact.
The program includes case discussions, practice exercises, feedback, and action planning to develop skills in:
- Explaining best practices for managing change.
- Identifying the crisis stages people experience in the change process.
- Clarifying the relationship between change and stress.
- Using stress-reducing techniques.
- Specifying five skills for communicating non-defensively.
- Identifying common ways people resist change and how to deal with them.
- Action planning for change management.
Who: Dr. Paul Maloney’s professional experience includes consulting on organizational and human resources issues worldwide. He has held senior level positions in management and organization development at NBC, Mobil Oil Corporation, and PepsiCo International, among others. Over the last twenty years Dr. Maloney has consulted with companies including American Airlines, GE, Perrier, Rockville Bank, Kodak, and Schering-Plough, and has consulted at numerous international locations.
The workshop series is free and open to the public.
To register and learn more about future workshops please visit fairfield.edu/potential.
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Posted on September 15, 2017
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