A Leader’s Role in Managing Change

Monday November 19, 2018
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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Does your organization have a big change on the horizon? Walter Jankowski’s presentation will review the theory and foundation of managing change, how people react and changing behaviors. Walter will provide methods, techniques and best practices for managing change efforts that you can implement immediately. This session covers:

  • Types of change,
  • Overview of Change Management Models,
  • Process for Leading Change,
  • Wally’s Top 8 Tips for Effective Change.

Location

3041 N Mayfair Road, Milwaukee, WI

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Speaker

Walter Jankowski has been a Reinvention Consultant for the last 20 years, working with a wide variety of insurance, financial, service, manufacturing and non-profit organizations. He currently is the owner and principle at Better Dash Faster, LLC, a Madison consulting firm. You may ask “What’s a Reinvention Consultant?” Walter helps senior leadership reinvent their operations by helping them see how to do things better-faster.

 

Walter has facilitated and trained all over the United States and several international venues in performance improvement. He has extensive experience in developing leaders, developing and implementing strategic plans, and providing other organizational improvement services for businesses, governments, scholl systems and not-for-profit organizations. He has also trained thousands of senior leaders, supervisory managers, and front-line workers in the principles of leadership, quality, continuous improvement and team development.

 

Walter earned his Masters Degree in Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has been an active member of the Wisconsin Center for Performance Excellence, has been a senior examiner for the Baldrige-based Wisconsin Forward Award, and is also certified in Covey Training.

 

As an experienced trainer and facilitator, he has a unique blend of technical and interpersonal skills that make him successful in the specialized workplaces of today. Walter’s goal is to help organizations become more effective by helping to unleash the potential in everyone and utilize that wealth of knowledge for improvement.

Roundtable Discussion

There will be a Pre-Meeting