5 Surprising Sources of Negativity in Change, and How to Turn Them Around (Canadian Webinar)
Linda Hoopes, President of Resilience Alliance, is on a mission to bring more positivity into the tools and practices of organizational change. In 25+ years of work in the field, she has identified a strong and unconscious bias to frame much of what we do in negative terms: gaps, risks, failure rates, resistance etc. While this perspective can be valuable, she believes that power, energy, and competitive advantage come from consciously incorporating a more positive point of view. In this webinar she will highlight five specific, practical ways to add positivity to your work.
About Our Speaker
Linda Hoopes is an Author, Speaker, and Consultant who helps individuals, teams, and organizations learn to thrive in turbulence. She incorporates a wide range of perspectives in her work, including a Ph.D. in I/O Psychology, 15+ years working with change expert Daryl Conner, 20+ years of studying and writing about resilience, certification as a massage therapist, and her passions for travel, music, sailboat racing, and photography. One of her super powers is taking complex ideas and expressing them in elegant, practical ways. She is the author of two books, including Prosilience: Building Your Resilience for a Turbulent World, which won the EPIC 2018 e-book award in the nonfiction category.
This is a free webinar for Members and Non-Members. Times are Canadian Eastern.
We thank our event sponsor Resilience Alliance for their support.
Resilience Alliance helps individuals, teams and organizations deal with disruptive change
Change creates disruption.
When your organization or team is facing a change, the people within those structures feel, to varying degrees, that they have lost a sense of control. They spend mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual energy to regain it.
Some are better at it than others.
We believe that, through training and practice, individuals can learn to understand, manage, and strengthen their own responses to change. In turn, this increased personal resilience helps organizations build resilient teams and nurture resilient cultures, which are crucial to executing change and achieving a competitive advantage.