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Too often change is commissioned by senior leaders who are excited by what it will achieve strategically. They commit to the changes because they can clearly see how the scope of the change is the route to achieving one or more of their strategic objectives. At the other end of the scale are individuals who must make the effort and bear the brunt of the disruption needed to change how they work. They don’t think about strategic objectives, they have day to day pressures that the change directly impacts. They don’t see the excitement and the value of the change, it is another requirement that they need to meet.


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Impact of Neuroscience on Change Management Approaches

  June 20, 2024
  12:00 - 13:00 BST

https://www.acmpflorida.org/event-5736611

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In this fast paced hour, Melanie will highlight her concerns for how the most popular and well known models of change do not address the environment of multiple, simultaneous change and the feelings of change fatigue and change saturation that we all face.

Melanie will explain the latest thinking from neuroscience and demonstrate how this thinking gives us a new way of managing multiple changes. Using the application of a threat/reward model, she will walk us through a simple recipe for creating motivation, energy and resilience for change.

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https://www.acmpflorida.org/event-5736611


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Impact of Neuroscience on Change Management Approaches

  June 20, 2024
  12:00 - 13:00 BST

https://www.acmpflorida.org/event-5736611

About this event

In this fast paced hour, Melanie will highlight her concerns for how the most popular and well known models of change do not address the environment of multiple, simultaneous change and the feelings of change fatigue and change saturation that we all face.

Melanie will explain the latest thinking from neuroscience and demonstrate how this thinking gives us a new way of managing multiple changes. Using the application of a threat/reward model, she will walk us through a simple recipe for creating motivation, energy and resilience for change.

Register using the link below.

https://www.acmpflorida.org/event-5736611


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