• Risk Management and Analysis Workshop
     October 29, 2016
     10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Change Management Workshop
     October 29, 2016
     2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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D.P Culp University Center, Johnson City, Tennessee, 37614, United States


D.P Culp University Center
Johnson City, TN 37614

  • Risk Management and Analysis Workshop (10AM-1PM)

Traditionally, only larger organizations were able to conduct meaningful risk management through labor-intensive analysis of lagging indicators. Today, businesses of all industries and all sizes can benefit from robust risk management that is easy to generate from financial analytics and other key performance metrics.  Using the risk management tools, generating interpretive data, and understanding how to apply the data insights with high organization impact is this workshop’s core focus.

  • Student Rate: $170

  • Change Management Workshop (2PM-5PM)

In business and industry, since its introduction in 1992, there has been a real focus on implementation and acceptance. In other words, many organizations have not accepted the changes associated with a merger, a new business model, a new technology, or a new form of policy requirement. The denial and resistance has led to sub-optimization. How do you get clients, internal and external professionals over their natural distrust of change? What are the techniques for introducing change, ensuring compliance, and building buy-in? The training event will go through the change management method that leadership, process, and human performance experts recommend. It is a method that business leaders expect new hires to know around building a clear case for change, metrics, and involvement in the “To Be” environment. The participants will collaborate on cases and exercises and generate solutions around method parameters.

  • Student Rate: $170

  • Register for Both for $290 ONLY

Free Workshop: Human Resources Strategies and Methods Workshop (5:30PM-7PM)

The goal of this seminar is to provide attendees with a framework for understanding, analyzing and handling dilemmas, contradictions and paradoxes faced by organizational member, whether being employees or managers. The course revolves around the everyday practice of organizing, which means that focus is on processes.