Leading change is inherent in any leadership role and while some of us have learned some theory on how to lead change, many of us go about it instinctively, without sound method. While choosing a change leadership approach can be a daunting task, the cost of failed change initiatives often demoralizes teams, leaders and, organizations and is frustrating for everyone. Being deliberate in your change leadership approach can equip you to lead your next change effort more confidently and effectively.
In this webinar participants will:
Dave Broda is the Learning Programs Manager at HQC. He came to HQC with ten years of experience in the Saskatchewan Health Authority and eight years of experience with the Ministry of Corrections, Public Safety, and Policing. Dave holds a master’s degree in social work, and he is a certified mediator, coach, and coach trainer. He holds a certificate in leadership from Leadership Saskatoon and has been teaching and coaching others in the areas of leadership since 2016. His interest areas include leadership praxis, relationship management, and change leadership.
– Barrett Values Centre Personal Values Assessment
– Myers-Briggs Type Indicator self-assessment
– The Enneagram self-assessment
– DiSC self-assessment
– Four Colors Individual Personality Assessment
– 6 leadership styles self-assessment
– Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (self-assessment)
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