What is the number one issue that most organizations worry about today? Most people would say that it is change – or perhaps more precisely, the speed of change. How do organizations keep up, manage disruption, engage, motivate and retain their employees in times of change, thwart competitive challenges, apply best customer service practices or deal with supply chain issues…? You get the idea.
Reinvention is a systemic approach to embracing change.
It covers topics such as why companies sink, what to do to stay afloat and how to make your company (and your career) watertight. It is packed with practical and pragmatic tools, information and strategy to help organizations weather any disruption, including the next recession.
At this month’s ICF Coaches Breakfast, we will take a closer look at what Reinvention is all about, why it’s important, how it is different from innovation and how you, as coaches can help your clients (individuals, teams and organizations) survive through the many changes they face.
Given time, we will also look at your own Reinvention muscles and what you can do to outlive any disruption.
Speaker : Danielle Silverman, ACC
Sixteen years’ ago, Danielle left a career as Director of Marketing and Communication for a software company to become a coach.
Since then, she has coached hundreds of people in career transition and provided management and leadership training to dozens of organizations. She is passionate about working with managers, supervisors and front-line leaders, helping them understand the value they bring so they can thrive in changing times and remain motivated and productive, and a creative part of their organization.
Danielle holds an MBA in management and marketing from the John Molson School of Business as well as a Masters’ in Human Systems Intervention from Concordia University.
Danielle is a certified coach with the International Coach Federation and is a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers, where she is known for her talks on Leadership, The People Factor, Change, and the Art of Reinvention.
John Molson School of Business - Concordia University
1450 Guy St., Montreal
14th floor, Room # MB 14.250 (capacity 35 people)
Street Parking is free between 7 and 9 on Guy St and on St-Catherine (you may also prepay the meter for extra time)
The John Molson School of Business building is located right in front of the Guy Metro station (exit East on Guy) or follow the tunnel underground from the Metro
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ICF Québec Members: $15 + taxes
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No-members: $22 + taxes
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