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Webinar - Leading Change from the C-Suite: An Executive Toolkit to Lead Change and Transformation in Your Organization

Change is constant and accelerating, and a leader’s ability to move the organization in new directions, quickly, is an increasingly important capability for success. Core to that capability is the leader’s ability to lead major change initiatives to help accelerate transformation within the organization itself. 

 

In this webinar, XPLANE CEO Aric Wood will present a simple but powerful framework for executives to lead change initiatives from the front, empowering and engaging employees in the change process. He will share a five-step framework to help guide your leadership of major transformation initiatives. 

 

Following the session, we will provide participants with our “Leading Change from the C-Suite Playbook”, a framework and collection of change tools that will provide the executive with a practical toolkit to lead change efforts.

 

Participants will learn three key things:

  1. A flexible and scalable organizational change framework
  2. A set of supporting tools and their application
  3. Best practices for leaders to measure, manage, and supervise change efforts within their organization.

If you can’t attend the live session – SIGN UP ANYWAY! We’ll send the video replay to everyone who registers, so you can learn on your own time.

TIME

Thursday, September 30, 2021

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ET

SPEAKER

Aric Wood headshot

Aric Wood CEO XPLANE

As the CEO of XPLANE—a global design consultancy that helps large organizations clarify, communicate, and achieve their vision and strategy—Aric leads the firm’s Strategy Activation and Change Management practices, is an international keynote speaker, and has appeared in publications and broadcasts including Forbes, CNN, Business Week, Entrepreneur, and Inc. Magazine. 

 

Prior to XPLANE, Aric served in leadership roles at Intuit and Epinions.com, and as a strategy consultant at Bain & Company. He earned his BA at The Johns Hopkins University and MBA at Harvard University.