Thought Leaders Series: The Art and Science of Helping People Change | Weatherhead School at Case Western Reserve University

Thought Leaders Series: The Art and Science of Helping People Change

In our roles as managers, leaders, educators and parents, we often want to help others learn, grow and improve.  Too often, our approach is focused on fixing a problem and we leave others unmotivated or even resistant.  But when we inspire others to envision a future anchored in their purpose and dreams, we activate psychological and physiological processes that not only result in a person feeling motivated and excited to change, but that enable them to sustain the effort for years.   Ellen Van Oosten, PhD will share the latest research and approaches to help you become a better leader and coach.

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Contact:   Patricia Petty, MSPOD

Associate Director, MPOD and Change Management

patricia.petty@case.edu

Thursday, Aug. 25, 2022 from noon to 1 p.m.
Speaker(s): Ellen Van Oosten, PhD
Sponsored by: MS in Positive Organization Development and Change (MPOD)
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