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Leading the Transformation

Free One-Hour Webinar

Date
May 4, 2021 from 1 to 2 p.m. ET
Location

Online

Cost
Free
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In this age of constant change, leaders need to embrace agility and guide their teams to drive new initiatives and adjust to new ways of doing things. Whether your organization is launching new products, integrating new technologies, or shifting strategy to meet customer demands, it’s critical to get your people on board and help them understand how to move change forward. In this webinar, we’ll discuss your role as a leader in meeting the challenges of transformation and building new habits that can ease the way along the change journey.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Become more agile in embracing change as a leader
  • Identify barriers to winning buy-in from your team, and ways to overcome them
  • Understand how micro-goals and habits can help to make change successful

About the Presenter

Steven Sauer, PhDStephen Sauer, Ph.D is an associate professor in the Organizational Studies department at Clarkson University’s School of Business and a visiting professor of Management and Organizations at Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. His research activities focus on issues of leadership, status and diversity in management teams, and entrepreneurial team processes. His research has been featured in a number of mainstream media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Forbes.com, and USA Today, among others. His teaching experience includes courses in strategy, negotiations, leadership, and organizational behavior at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. He also conducts a number of executive education workshops and seminars in negotiation and leadership effectiveness, and he has extensive experience leading organizational change efforts and consulting for a number of major corporations.

Experience level
All levels
Program Contact

Meredith Courtney mcourtney@smith.edu

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