How to Have Conversations that Support & Encourage Change

    September 08, 2020
    11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Registration closes Monday, September 7th at 3:00pm


    How to Have Conversations that Support and Encourage Change

    Inspiring and managing change is a critical challenge faced by leaders in organizations of all sizes and across all industries. Studies show that projects and initiatives fail 60% to 70% of the time. Why is that? Robust change management in coordination with project management increases the likelihood of achieving objectives by up to six times. How many times have you seen a project result in minimal employee adoption?

    This session will:

    • explore what you can do to successfully initiate change,
    • explain how to evoke motivation to support desired changes in behavior,
    • describe how to have conversations that lead to change, and
    • introduce a tool to leverage in change efforts.


    Speaker:  Todd Brown

    Todd serves as Senior Managing Director at Access Sciences, a Houston-based information management and technology services firm. He has over 25-years of leadership experience in human resources, organizational behavior, and change management. His background includes international company expansion and implementing growth and change strategies.  He has architected client solutions for state government and Fortune 100 and 500 companies in retail, customer care, energy, and information technology markets. Beginning in 2014, Todd served on the Board of Directors for ARMA Houston in multiple Vice President roles and as President. He is currently serving the ARMA Houston Board as Vice President of Communications and is actively involved in the International Coaching Federation. Todd received his BA in Psychology from Austin College and completed graduate studies in organizational behavior for an Executive and Professional Coaching certification from the University of Texas at Dallas.


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