Leadership Currency: Flow with Change

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Friday, June 19 — 10:45 am-12:00 pm

Speakers: Paul Alexander and Leilani Raashida Henry, Regis University

Those in management positions within university presses find themselves increasingly confronted with a protean marketplace that demands strong leadership skills for managing change and transition. In this session, Dr. Paul Alexander and Leilani Henry of Regis University’s Institute on the Common Good offer a refreshingly different approach to change management. Alexander—who before running the Institute on the Common Good was Degree Chair for the Master of Nonprofit Management Program (MNM) at Regis for eight years—and Henry—founder of Being and Living® Enterprises and facilitator of hundreds of workplace changes and redesign efforts that have resulted in millions of dollars in organization cost savings—will discuss Leadership Currency.

Leadership Currency reveals how to keep moving (flow), make discoveries (learn), and turn resistance into transformation (change). FLOW+LEARN=CHANGE. This experiential workshop assists you to identify where you stop the flow of change; remove the internal blocks to change; practice simple and effective ways to embody change; think on your feet and expect the unexpected; and manage the currency of change within your work and personal relationships.

Join them and find out how to make change stick and stay in the flow.

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