North Bay and Sudbury: Leading Change with Lego Serious Play


Date and Time

Starts:11/09/2022 5:30 PM

Ends:11/09/2022 8:30 PM

Registration Closes:11/08/2022 8:00 AM

Event Type: Professional Development

2 CPD Hour(s)

Location:
Hilton Garden Inn Sudbury 475 BarryDowne Road Sudbury,

Price:

Members $25 | Non-Members $55 + HST

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Availability

Additional Information

This is event is being held in Sudbury. Registrations not accepted at the door.

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We are constantly challenged to find new and different ways to lead change successfully. We need to engage Leadership, Employees, Stakeholders and find ways to do so that make's the change stick.
Getting buy-in to change needs the right approach, reflecting on the emotional connection and understanding how we can achieve a psychological connection to the change for those embarking on its journey.
This workshop will use Lego® Serious Play® as an approach to explore how we can engage, lead and embrace change taking an approach that truly ignites the audio, visual and kinesthetic senses in a fun supportive way.
Make your connect as they connect the Lego® bricks!

  • Learn the power of Lego® Serious Play® as a tool for buy-in, engagement and understanding change
  • Discover how to influence, lead and persuade others through Lego® Serious Play® metaphors, analogy and representations
  • Realise the benefits of building a psychological connection to change as attendees recognize their own attachment to their Lego® Serious Play® creations.

Registration Difficulties or Questions? Please reach out to our Chapter Experience Coordinator, Tammy Williams

Speaker bio(s)
Richard Batchelor, President

Rich comes with masters in change management, certifications in: lean six sigma (green belt), design for six sigma, operational excellence, project management, human resources and coaching. He brings together a change focused portfolio of skills and applied practices to not only improve business operations but support the business through the change process and successfully sustain this within the organizational framework.

During a 20 year career Richard has worked with various organizations across the world in both the public and private sector. As a highly regarded and respected change management professional, Richard is currently the elected President of the Toronto Chapter of the Association of Change Management Professionals (the largest chapter within the association). He is an admired public speaker, leading events on change and process and organizational improvement and has had many thought provoking papers and discussions published.