Breakfast Roundtable: How to Survive and Thrive During Organizational Change - Discussion

28 Sep 2021 - 7:30am
How to Survive and Thrive During Organizational Change - Discussion
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Presentation file from the session: 20210928_BR_Survive_and_Thrive_Through_Change.pdf

This Breakfast Roundtable will be a follow-up to the September Chapter Meeting, in which Maria presented "How to Survive and Thrive During Organizational Change". In that presentation, she is introducing the ADKAR model that will help you facilitate change, whether you are the target of a change or you are the one wanting to make a change happen. This model will help you

  • Clarify a change process
  • Identify different roles in the change process
  • Learn what you have to understand to succeed
  • Learn what kind of behavior will damage you
  • Learn tools that will make change beneficial for you

In today's Roundtable, Maria will guide us through some practical work to make sure that we feel comfortable applying the ideas and tools shared during the presentation in real world situations.

Maria Wade

Biography of Speaker:

Maria Wade is an executive coach and consultant, specializing in coaching leaders who are responsible for creating and impacting organizational cultures. Together, with her clients, Maria works to create more spaces where people feel they belong, desire to contribute and are valued for who they are.

Maria believes in people’s limitless potential, wholeness, resourcefulness, and natural creativity. As an agent of change, she is passionate about leading individuals and organizations through transitions, rooting coaching in the vision of the future state. Leveraging her own personal experience in managing a transition from her native country to the United States, she is uniquely positioned to provide insights into the importance of welcoming change and adapting through it.

Prior to establishing her bilingual (English & Russian) coaching practice, Maria’s wide-ranging career included leadership roles in legal services and project management in mergers and acquisition, asset management, paper production, electricity and heat production, gas and oil, consulting, and other industries.

Maria holds a Master’s Degree in Law, a Master’s in Business Administration, PMP® and Prosci certifications, and a Coaching Certificate from Columbia University’s Coaching Certification Program.

She lives in Poughkeepsie, NY with her family.

Event Location: 

Virtual Meeting (Zoom)

Breakfast Roundtables are open to PMIW Chapter members only.

Pre-registration is required. Chapter members, Register here!

Registration closes Monday, 27 Sep 2021, at 11:59 p.m.