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Power of AND – Mike Richards and Kelli Kamholz received their supervisory training through UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education and the Supervisory Management Certificate Program.

Formerly Developing Change Resilience

Effective Change Management

This seminar is an elective in the Supervisory Management Certificate Program

3 core seminars + 3 electives = your certificate. It's that easy.

Thursday and Friday  |  8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.


November 19-20, 2015  |  Eau Claire


Metropolis Resort and Conference Center
5150 Fairview Drive, Eau Claire, WI  54701


Citizens State Bank

Resilience  |  Change  |  Achieve  |  Responding to and Managing Change

In a competitive, fast-paced, global environment, stability is no longer either possible or desired. Change is a constant but, managed effectively, can be leveraged to help organizations combat competition and achieve success. This requires the ability to not only respond to changes that occur, but to proactively anticipate and plan for the impacts of change.

At this session participants will learn how to:
  • Identify six predictable stages of change
  • Develop the personal capacity to respond effectively to change
  • Effectively lead team members through the stages of change
  • Leverage the positive potential of change to achieve desired results
  • Create a culture of change readiness

Learning to proactively manage the inevitable changes that will impact your organization will help managers and supervisors more successfully, and efficiently, achieve organizational goals and objectives. Even experienced managers will benefit from the expert insights, shared experiences and group discussions delivered in this program.

This seminar may be taken BY ITSELF,
or as
of the
Supervisory Management Certificate Program.

Who Should Attend Effective Change Management

Managers | Supervisors | Project Managers | Team Leaders | Business Owners | Aspiring Managers and Supervisors | Anyone who manages the work of others


Our presenters are skilled facilitators who consistently receive high ratings from attendees. They lead fast-paced sessions - a combination of lecture, individual and group activity.

Christine Geissler

Christine Geissler is Head of Human Resources – Nestle Waters North America, the world’s largest global food company. She has successfully led change-intensive efforts in continuous improvement, sales and services support, planned growth and acquisitions and reorganizations.

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