As a PNW ACMP Chapter, we are committed to enhancing our community experience and programming to deliver more ways to engage and learn from other experts in our field. We are also looking for new ways to reach our community with educational programming.
Starting in March, we are excited to announce will pilot using live webcasts to deliver learning events. Our approach will be to offer different days and times to give our community flexibility to engage and broaden our reach to as many people as possible.
Led by a recognized expert in our industry, Michelle Yanahan of ChangeFit 360, we will be covering topics that support both the new change management practitioner as well as the seasoned professional.
Call to Action: Click on the registration link for event day and time that works best for you.
Debunking Top Change Management Myths
New to change management or trying to mature your skills? This session is for you! In this interactive session, we identify and debunk some commonly held beliefs around change management execution. Participants will learn how to replace the myths with actions they can immediately put into practice to complement their change management toolkit.
1. Discuss and Debunk 3 Top Change Myths
2. Leverage proposed approaches to address these Change Myths you encounter
3. Walk away with learning and tools to immediately put into practice
Change Success – Drive Business Outcomes that Matter
How does your organization define project success? In this interactive session, we challenge the commonly held definition of project success and discuss how change management supports the business outcomes that matter. Participants will learn a new way to think about change success and critical components of this success. Participants will walk away with some practical assessments that can immediately be put into practice to enhance and compliment any project management toolkit.
1. Define project success and why people outcomes matter
2. Incorporate 3 critical concepts (impact, behavior and process) to help better define change management success measures
3. Access tools to be able to put learning into practice immediately
In Seattle, we will be hosting a learning event hosted by Colleen Hunter of PeopleFirm. This will be a 90 minute in-person classroom setting with food and beverages served.
Negotiating Agreements – some science & plenty of art
How do you define negotiation, and how do you know when you’re in the middle of one? What factors have you considered and prepared for, prior to your negotiation? Are agreements often reached? How effective do you feel?
In this condensed workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to consider your current approach and learn strategies and tactics that can improve your ability to build coalitions. You’ll be introduced to the importance of BATNA and ZOPA in the context of creating an outcome that works for all parties. The art of ‘creating and claiming value’ is at the heart of any negotiation and you’ll have the opportunity to explore this concept with real-world scenarios.
This workshop is designed for people who find themselves negotiating agreements on a regular basis and are looking for ways to improve the result – after all, you don’t get what you don’t negotiate! You’ll also walk away with recommended resources to continue your learning journey.
May 1, 2019 6:00 – 7:30 PM PST
Bellevue Lincoln Square Collaboration Center – South Tower
500 Bellevue Way NE Suite 253; Bellevue, WA
Space is limited to (20) participants
Fees: $50 ACMP Member / $75 non-member / $25 students