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Webinar - How To Ease the Pain of Change

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Change is hard. It does not matter if you are the person trying to help someone change or if you are the one subject to making the change. It’s hard. When we ask someone to change we rock their world by introducing this thing called “Lean” while asking them to continuously improve (ahem…change). The truth is that resistance is a natural human reaction to change. The problem is, that left alone, these natural reactions to change hold us back and add the extra burden to our improvement efforts. In this webinar you will learn how to break the change of resistance by purposefully leading others through a change in the way that helps team members not just “deal” with change but embrace it.

In this webinar you will also:

Uncover one common change management teaching that’s flat-out wrong (and what to do instead)

Understand the psychology of change and its relation to Respect for People and Continuous Improvement

Discover the one most important factor to help transform to a Lean culture

Learn 8 practical steps to help teams embrace change more quickly


Members: FREE (must renew membership by Jan 8th)

Non-Members: $100 per person



Webinar Presenter: Jamie V. Parker

Jamie V. Parker is on a mission to make to the world of work more human so that the world becomes a more caring place. As a trainer, coach, speaker, and business partner, she helps leaders leave a legacy – in their business, for their customers, and in the lives of the people they serve.

With 15+ years’ experience in operations leadership across retail, service, and manufacturing environments, Jamie brings a passion for helping leaders get more done, faster, with less burden.

Jamie is the author of Chapter 6 in the book Practicing Lean and is a frequent speaker and workshop facilitator at Lean conferences and training events, including the Association for Manufacturing Excellence and American Society for Quality. She brings an open, honest, vulnerable, and engaging approach to Lean leadership development.

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