SHRM Chicago

Thursday, November 29, 2018


Navigating Emotion to Drive Change to Influence, Engage, and Motivate Employees

Change is scary. In fact, research says change is significantly more emotional than logical. Even good changes often spark fear and uncertainty. Will I succeed in my new role? Will I be happy in this new city? Will I have the willpower to stay on my diet?

As leaders, we might be thrilled to launch and communicate a new change initiative, but our people are feeling uncertain, scared and, in many cases, skeptical. Communicating the facts alone won’t change the way our people think and feel. We have to take a more thoughtful and systematic approach to ensuring emotional and intellectual engagement. In this interactive and lively session, participants will explore how organizations can navigate the emotional implications of change on their employees and accelerate adoption and commitment through a proven framework.

In this interactive and lively session, participants will explore how organizations can navigate the emotional implications of change on their employees and accelerate adoption and commitment through a proven framework.

Audience members will learn:

  • Why it’s critical for organizations to address emotion when implementing a significant change.
  • What emotion can look like in your organization and how it may hinder success.
  • A proven framework that will capture the hearts and minds of employees and accelerate change.
  • How to use creative methods to maximize alignment, engagement and organization-wide commitment.
  • How to measure an employee’s emotional state, on micro and macro levels, and turn that information into tactical next steps to ensure a lasting change.

Earn 2.5 SHRM PDCs & 2.5 HRCI Recertification Credit Hours

Chicago SHRM Members $ 69 | Non-Members $ 99

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Event Details

Thursday, November 29, 2018
8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. CT

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