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Managing Change Management

  • 17 Jan 2017
  • 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Liberty Hall, 800 Eisenhower Drive, Kimberly, WI 54136
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Cancellation Policy:
Registration for this program will not be reimbursed due to cancellation or no-show, nor can payment for this session be transferred to a future program.
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Dale is back by popular demand!!

Professor Dale Feinauer will be leading a discussion focused on change management. 

As the rate of environmental change increases, organizations are faced with the need to constantly manage change in their own operations; a responsibility that often falls to the human resource management function.  

This seminar focuses on:

  1. Why change is difficult for many individuals.
  2. The key mistake most firms make in selling change.  
  3. How to overcome the resistance to a particular change.

  4. How to sustain a change.

  5. How to create an organization which is proactive and ready to respond to future changes.

 

Schedule of Events:
7:30am - 8:00am Registration/Networking/Breakfast
8:00am - 8:15am Business Meeting
8:15am - 10:30am Program
 

Recertification Credits:
The program has been approved for 2.5 hours of general credit for HRCI and 2.5 hours for SHRM continued education credits.  
   
   
Registration:
To register at the member price to attend, you need to log into the FVSHRM website using your member username and password. Please note that registration for this program will not be reimbursed due to cancelation or no-show nor can payment for this session be transferred to a future program.

 
Speaker Information:
Dale Feinauer received his Ph.D. in Labor and Human Resources from Ohio State University.  He has been a Professor in The College of Business at The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh since 1983; teaching a wide variety of courses, including Compensation at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Dale has published eleven articles and presented twenty-three academic papers. He has engaged in consulting for over two hundred organizations in a variety of management areas including compensation system design. Dale has conducted over six hundred training seminars on five continents. Active in his community he has served on the boards of multiple not-for-profit, governmental and for profit organizations. Dale is a high energy facilitator who is known for helping groups find ways to collaboratively make good things happen.  Dale has been the Faculty Liaison to the WFBF for ten years and current is the Director of MBA programs for the College of Business.
 

 

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