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Leading the change-resistant worker – live audio event on September 19

When it comes to workplace change, some employees come on board pretty quickly, but alas just as many seem to dig in their heels and hold on with a tight grip on the past. One of your most important roles as a leader is to be an agent of change; yet your success will be limited if you can’t get all your employees on the same page and moving forward.

If you find yourself dealing with employees who are resistant, apathetic, negative and distrustful of anything new, then I can help! Join me for just one fast-paced and content-rich hour in which you’ll not only learn not only why these negative personalities behave the way they do, but perhaps more importantly, specific and practical tactics that you can use to help them rise to new challenges, to get them to progress onward to the brave new world of opportunities.

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Don’t wait! In “The Reluctant Employee – How to lead, train, and motivate the change-resistant worker”, I’ll teach you not only why these employees behave the way they do, but also specific and practical tactics that you can use to help them rise to the challenge and get them to move forward. And if you act by September 12, you can take advantage of early bird savings.

Here’s just some of what you’ll learn:

  • The differences between passive, active and aggressive resistance, and how to adapt your approach to each
  • Eight specific and proven actions you can take to lead and motivate the change-resistant employee
  • Three different degrees of change and how they influence the level of resistance you are likely to face from your employees
  • The well-known change response model and its insights into why and how people react negatively to change
  • How your organizational culture impacts the success of your change efforts

Join me on September 19, 2012 at 11 AM MDT. Early bird pricing in effect ONLY until this upcoming Wednesday September 12!

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