04 October, 2011 | (01 hr)

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This Conference KeyNotes Webcast will reprise a session from the 2011 Change Management Seminar, featuring Dick Axelrod, author and thought leader as well as Chris Lubrano of MetLife.

Most change management challenges encompass the need to use employee involvement to effect large-scale organizational transformation. This discussion will examine four principles that can support high engagement change processes:

  • Widening the circle of involvement
  • Connecting people and ideas
  • Creating communities for action
  • Promoting fairness

You can view Dick Axelrod's article in TCB Review here: http://www.tcbreview.com/all-aboard.php

Who Should Attend:

Directors, Vice Presidents responsible for Human Resources, Talent Management, Leadership Development and Training and Development, Organization Development and Organization Effectiveness

Speakers

Dick Axelrod

Dick Axelrod
Co Founder
The Axelrod Group

Mr. Axelrod co founded the Axelrod Group, Inc., a consulting firm that pioneered the use of employee involvement to effect large scale organizational change. He now brings more than thirty-five years of consulting and teaching experience to this w... Full Bio

Christopher Lubrano

Christopher Lubrano
Vice President, Organization Effectiveness
MetLife
International Human Resources

Mr. Lubrano is currently vice president of Organization Effectiveness within MetLife’s International Business. Most recently, Mr. Lubrano led the organization design work that followed a major international acquisition, growing the company f... Full Bio

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