Leading Organizational Change Post COVID-19 (Guest: Dr. Mark Rogers)

Change Leadership

Episode 1.29: According to a 2018 Forbes Insight survey, more than a third of survey respondents said that their employees are actively threatened by change – two years and one pandemic later and imagine how those employees are feeling right about now. On this episode of ProjectHR, Dr. Mark Rogers will talk with us about change, and leading change leadership in your organization. Here you'll learn:

• Why we fear change;

• How changing your mindset can help you find opportunity within disruption;

• Why it's so important not to "Normalize the Abnormal"; and

• Using empathy and vulnerability to help and be helped during this crisis.

Change Leadership

Dr. Mark Rogers 

   Change Management Consultant

“How do we accept the fact that we're out of control and get at peace with the fact that we can't control ‘control’? We can choose how we respond and the actions that we take, personally, to deal with what's coming at us, and that gives us the control. That gives us the choice to decide how emotionally, behaviorally, psychologically, managerially, we're going to deal with these issues.”


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