December 16, 2021
Free - registration required
Frederick County Workforce Services: Leading Through Change and Disruption
Thursday, December 16, 2021
Workforce Services is offering a FREE business education series for Frederick County business owners, executives, HR specialists, and employees! All can benefit from this high-level, value-added professional training to streamline processes, build strategic plans and develop effective practices during the pandemic and beyond.
The professional series will include an engaging and interactive three-hour session each month. These sessions will be taught by certified instructors and business professionals who will pass along relevant, meaningful content, and advice to make your business more successful.
You do not have to attend each session in the series to participate - but space is limited, so sign up while you can!
Disruption in businesses and organizations is the norm and even more so recently with the current pandemic. Yet many leaders are not prepared to navigate the internal and external changes that challenge the status quo on a daily basis. Timely communication, understanding the complex emotions that accompany change, and rapid learning opportunities are among the key tools that leaders must bring to the table to help themselves, employees, customers, and stakeholders drive through change. In this interactive and practical seminar, attendees will:
Understand and apply the “change curve” to better understand the individual and organizational response to change
Understand and apply the organizational life cycle to gauge individual and organizational readiness for change
Engage in scenario planning to anticipate and identify emerging business and organizational disruptions
Practice the OODA Loop in periods of rapid change
Learn the Organizational Change Concerns Model to help employees communicate and adapt to change and disruption
Rob Levit is a gifted facilitator and consultant who has worked extensively with educational, corporate, and nonprofit clients on strategic planning, team development, and leadership skills. He is known for his inclusive, engaging, and interactive style that fosters learning, collaboration, and clarity for participants.
Rob has provided keynotes, training, and facilitation for a wide array of organizations including the Governor’s Office for Children, Maryland Nonprofits, Anne Arundel County Public Schools, American Nurses Association, ASHRM, Talbot County Public Schools, Anne Arundel Medical Center, The World Bank, Maryland Fund for Excellence, Heim Lantz, The New Jersey Hospital Association, Leadership Development Institute, Northwestern Mutual, the TEACH Institute and Hospice of the Chesapeake among many others.
Rob is a multi-award-winning nonprofit leader including the 2011 Martin Luther King Peacemaker Award, 2012 Mentor of the Year Award, and a 2013 Innovator of the Year Award from The Maryland Daily Record as well as two Community Trustee awards from Leadership Anne Arundel. Rob is also a Licensed Consultant from Maryland Nonprofits Standards for Excellence Institute®, a Certified Trainer in Workplace Conflict Resolution from the Mediation Institute at Eckerd College, and holds an Executive Leadership Certificate from Cornell University.
Space is limited. Reserve your spot here!