Over the Change Threshold: Leading People Through Transition
"It isn't the changes that do you in, it's the transitions," wrote William Bridges in his seminal work on organizational change, Managing Transitions. Leading people through transition is essential to making change stick. That's even more true today when organizational change is no longer an if, but a when-and how often. Drawing on Bridges' work as well as current thinking and real-life examples, Dorie Blesoff, Relativity's CPO and an adjunct faculty member at Northwestern University's Center for Learning & Organizational Change, lays out what a successful transition looks like. You'll come away with helpful frameworks and practical templates for managing a sound people-transition to accompany any change your organization makes.
Dorie Blesoff - Chief People Officer, Relativity Kevin Jacobs - VP Mergers & Acquisitions, Epiq
Fireside Chat with Paulette Brown
Join Paulette Brown, past president of the American Bar Association and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at Locke Lord LLP, in a talk about unconscious bias, diversity, and inclusion. Paulette also defends employers in cases involving discrimination on the basis of age, sex, marital status, sexual harassment, disability, race, and national origin. She regularly provides diversity and inclusion training to companies, law firms, and industry organizations.
Paulette Brown - Senior Partner & Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Locke Lord LLP Dorie Blesoff - Chief People Officer, Relativity