Practical Tips On How To Move Forward In Your Business Instead Of Losing Ground, AND Get Support From Your Team
Why do some people grow and change and others do not? In a recent article, Fast Company shares what they’ve observed as a leadership pattern that sabotages change. It occurs when senior leaders, who have been thinking, exploring, and debating about a particular change for a while, finally announce plans for a new initiative. Forgetting that others in the organization haven’t been a part of the discussions and are not as familiar with all of the reasons for the change, leaders are surprised by the amount of resistance the new change generates.
Are you considering a serious change effort in your organization? Do you plan to address the concerns of your employees, so you can get everyone on board and moving in the right direction? You’ve probably heard this before, but it’s worth repeating here: People who help to plan the battle rarely battle the plan. While dealing with people’s concerns about change may seem like a lot of hand-holding, it’s important for leaders to remember that they, too, had to process information and personal concerns before they were ready to discuss impact and implementation. If leaders can diagnose people’s stages of concern about a change and respond with the right information at the right time, they can dramatically improve everyone’s trust and participation. This allows people to refocus their energy on what needs to change and what they can do to help make the change successful.
Don’t miss this informative session! You will take away new insights and practical tips on bringing change to your business, as well as how to get buy-in from your team.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dan Gilley, President, RLO TRAINING, began his automotive career when he bought, repaired, and sold a 1959 Cadillac convertible at age fourteen. Since that time. Dan worked as both a technician and service advisor at several independent repair shops and new-car dealerships, but his real skills were developed as an independent auto repair shop owner for over twenty years. Early in his career, Dan became passionate about learning all he could about the auto repair business. He attended seminars, business schools and was a member of RLO’s Bottom-Line Impact Groups™. Dan joined the RLO team in March of 2003 as a full time instructor and coach, sharing his passion with others. In 2010, Dan became President and owner of RLO Training. He continues to passionately work to further the automotive industry and encourage shop owners and their teams in achieving personal and professional best. Dan and his team are continually updating their multiple workshops and creating new, different and specific courses for the industry. Dan strives to maintain RLO Training as the unsurpassed training company to provide the most profound impact on the automotive industry.
March 9, 2016 6:30pm
Biltmore Hotel and Suites Santa Clara Hotel
2151 Laurelwood Road, Santa Clara, CA 95054
COST | First person from a Chapter 42 member shop is free; other attendees pay $35.
Join us in the Hopp’s Bar at 6:30pm for no host cocktails prior to the meeting!
Hosted by ASCCA Chapter 42
RSVP to Angi Roberts
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