Date: Friday 6 November 2020
Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Cost: $650.00 + GST (this will be in addition to your conference ticket price).
Bring: Your Own Laptop
Learn how to build, motivate, and drive successful change leadership and employee adoption of Office 365 in a hands-on discussion of what it means to be a change leader in a world of resistance.
Being a leader for digital literacy, learning, and employee adoption in today’s fast-paced and ever changing technology landscape can be frustrating, especially when you feel like you’ve tried everything and still aren’t getting the results you want and need. Becoming a change leader rather than a change manager can drastically improve those results.
Change leadership is a practical approach to change management, where change is seen as growth, improvement, and inspiration, where leaders blend changes to an organization’s existing processes and tools instead of forcing them onto the culture. Trust-based workplaces and culture are key to overcoming resistance to change.
Learn about the differences between being a change leader and a change manager, get tips and best practices to improve overcoming resistance, as well as content to use for executive level and companywide buy-in, and dive into a few people-centric methodologies that resonate inside company culture. Heather covers the critical aspects of change leadership, using Microsoft Teams and Yammer for both campaign project management and the roll-out of campaigns around learning and training. Approaches for planning navigation inside Microsoft Teams and Yammer, along with tips and best practices for using these tools to build a trust-based company culture that encourages digital literacy. You will take away lessons on the best place to focus your change leadership time and energy to build plans and processes that are repeatable, organic, and a key part of your modern digital workplace, both today and as you and your company evolve.
This workshop would be best suited for business people, managers, trainers, HR roles, change managers, executives and end users!