THRIVING ON CHANGE
- SIX CRITICAL BELIEFS FOR EFFECTIVE CHANGE MANAGEMENT
- UNDERSTANDING THE THREE STAGES OF CHANGE
- KEYS TO ANTICIPATING CHANGE AND BEING READY
- UNDERSTANDING THE ROLES OF PHYSIOLOGY AND FOCUS
- POWERFUL STEPS FOR CREATING THE CHANGES YOU WANT
- AND MUCH MORE…
ABOUT THE SEMINAR
Change management skills are critical for organizations and individuals alike, as change has become the standard in today’s society. Whether it’s upsizing, downsizing, changing vendors, upgrading computer systems, moving to a new location, starting in a new position, or any other deviation from the norm, there are change management tools to help facilitate the change process. In this fast-paced change management seminar you’ll learn the skills, strategies, and belief systems necessary to take charge of change in your business, and in your personal life. You’ll discover how to anticipate, react to, or create change in any situation. And you will experience a proven formula for processing any given change that your team or family may be going through. Plus, you’ll learn about other change management techniques that affect outcomes including focus, physiology and maintaining a high level of energy. Tremendous opportunities await those who know how to harness this whirlwind of change, and use it to their advantage.
For over thirty years, speaker, author and corporate consultant, Dr. Nate Booth has successfully coached hundreds of thousands of people in the art of thriving in times of rapid change.
Dr. Booth received his DDS degree from the University of Nebraska in 1971. In 1983, he earned a Master’s Degree in counseling from the same university.
Nate worked closely with Anthony Robbins in the development and delivery of corporate training programs for over ten years. Dr. Booth has presented more than 2,000 seminars, workshops and training programs to corporations and associations around the world, including Arthur Andersen, AT&T, Century 21, Eastman Kodak, Honeywell, IBM, Inc. Magazine, Kraft Foods, MCI, Marriott, Midwest Gas Association, Mobil Oil, NASA, National Auto Dealers Association, Norwest Bank, Prudential Insurance, Sanyo, Saturn Corporation, and Specialty Advertising Association.
Dr. Booth is the author of the books, Thriving on Change: The Art of Using Change to Your Advantage and The Diamond Touch: How to Get What You Want by Giving Others What They Uniquely Desire. He is the creator to the Nightingale-Conant audiotape program.
Here’s what I’d like you to do. In your handouts here, circle numbers four, five, and six. Of those six approaches to change, circle numbers four, five, and six because in a real world you’re going to want to be good at reacting to change and learning how to react to change quickly. You’re also going to want to be good at anticipating change and creating change. Those are the six approaches to change that you can take. Now I think thriving on change there’s a foundation. These are the two sentences, the basis of everything I’m going to be talking about tonight. Thriving on change, the foundation. Sentence number one is this, That in changing times, there is a certain set of principles and core values that I never want to change and – and this is a big and here – that in changing times, the same set of belief and strategies that have gotten you to where you are now, will not get you to where you want to go. So in changing times, the same set of beliefs and strategies that have gotten you to where you are now will not get you to where you want to go. You’re successful, congratulations. You know what used to work. That’s what we’re talking about here. So when it comes to beliefs and strategies, you need to be extremely flexible when it comes to those. So that’s the challenge of living a life or running business. You’ve got to be rock solid on principles and core values and simultaneously flexible on your beliefs about what’s possible out there and your strategies for running your business. Now in changing times, you need to be smart, flexible, and… I think in our lives and even in our businesses, if we’re going in exactly the same straight line, there’s going to be a cliff there. Now I don’t know if that cliff is a mile out, 10 miles out, or a hundred miles out. What happens if you see the cliff 10 miles before you get to it? How big of a change in direction to you have to make? A small change, right? See what I mean. If you make a small change in direction, you’re going to miss it. What happens if you see the cliff one mile before you get to it? You’re going to have to make a bigger change, but you can still avoid it. What happens if you see the cliff 10 feet before you get to it? You’re gone, because your momentum is going to take you over, I can guarantee it. You can do a lot better job of avoiding your cliffs with anticipation.