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October 2020 ATD Fort Worth/Mid-Cities Chapter Meeting and SIGs

  • 01 Oct 2020
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • VIRTUAL / In Person (Limited)

Registration

  • Fort Worth Chapter Members; includes SIGs
  • Non-Members and other ATD Chapter members.
    Guest registration includes SIGs.
    Virtual Only
  • Fort Worth Chapter Members; includes SIGs
  • Non-Members and other ATD Chapter members.
    Guest registration includes SIGs.
    Virtual Only

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October 2020 SIGs and Chapter Meeting

October 1st, 2020

5:30 - 7:30 

In-Person Registration is limited.


SIG Break-out rooms: 5:30 - 6:00

Leadership Development: John Wright / Jeremy Jameson
Leading & Developing Teams: Jonathan Silk / Jessica Buhl
Instructional Design: Samuel Apata / Kristina Rogers


Meeting Presentation: 6:00 - 7:30

Your Brain on Change: How Neuroscience and Candor can Improve a Project's ROI

Lisa Bevington, Psy.D. Prosci Certified Practitioner & Trainer


Change is hard, but science and a healthy dose of candor can offer significant help.

We will discuss what can fundamentally make change so challenging for us as individuals and our organizations. We will also explore the value of psychological safety in managing resistance during a change initiative. Large studies in the field of psychology and job performance have shown that when psychological safety is created, we are more inclined to take risks. Participants will learn how to proactively create a space for the inevitable pushback that comes when we ask others to deviate from the safety of the status quo.

  1. Participants will be able to articulate at least three truths about the brain that are impacted by change. 

  2. Participants will understand the value of psychological safety and its impact on resistance during times of change

  3. Participants will be able to identify at least three ways to successfully support themselves and others during times of change

About our Speaker

Over the past eighteen years, Dr. Lisa Bevington has been in the role of leader, consultant, coach, trainer and speaker. As a leader and consultant, she has worked with organizations to facilitate effective change management and sustainability practices.

In recent years, Lisa has focused her efforts on the application of neuroscience and psychological safety in managing a variety of change events. She is consistently sought out by leaders in her organization (and outside organizations) to apply her skills to some of the most comprehensive and complex projects.


SIGs & Meeting Agenda:

5:15 - 5:30 - Log in and Network before the SIGs

5:30 pm - 6:00 pm - SIG Breakout Rooms

6:00 pm - Login for Meeting (if not attending SIGs)

6:15 pm - Chapter Announcements 

6:20 pm - 7:20 pm - Speaker Presentation (1 hour) Q&A

7:20 pm - 7:30 pm - Door Prizes, Meeting Concludes

 

Dinner will be included for the limited In-Person attendees

Dinner will not be provided for the virtual attendees

 

All virtual registrations are OPEN through the day of the meeting.

Buying something at the ATD Store? Enter our ChIP code CH7039 and a portion of the revenue goes back to our chapter!

For any general inquires please email: president@atdfortworth.org

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