Chamber U: Effective Organization Change

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Name: Chamber U: Effective Organization Change
Date: August 21, 2013
Time: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM EDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

Implementing Effective Organizational Change/Improvements in a business

Today, the spoils and riches go to those people and organizations that can constantly adapt to new and better ways of doing things. Whether it’s embracing technology, responding to competition, changing careers, penetrating new markets or finding better ways to serve customers, the winners have discovered the secrets of getting RESULTS.

To really get people in your organization to accept and embrace change, you must first lead by example. The truth is that we cannot change other people. But when we begin to change the way we think about them and the way we show up for them as it relates to change, they will indeed change and follow the direction you are steering the business in.

 In this engaging and interactive workshop, we will explore:

·         The Reality of Change in our Personal and Professional Lives
·         How People and Organizations Process Change
·         Strategies for Making Improvements in Your Business  

presented by:  Bill Spreitzer, Excellerate Solutions

Bill Spreitzer joined Excellerate Solutions as Senior Partner in 2007 after a successful career in Corporate America where he spent 28 years with Fortune 500 and small-medium sized companies.  Through various leadership positions in global supply chain, marketing and sales, international business development, and human resources, Bill has demonstrated his competency at developing an organization’s strengths to generate intended results and customer value through innovative organizational development and leadership initiatives.  


Event Sponsors:
  • Ward and Smith, PA

Durham Chamber office, 14 Floor
300 W. Morgan Street, Ste. 1400
Durham, NC 27701

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Contact Information:
Mable Rogers
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