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  • Writer's pictureDave Veale

A SPECIAL WEBINAR EVENT: Promoting and Managing Change

Updated: Sep 23, 2021

Stewart Pollard with Shift Leadership Solutions will share insights from his more than 20 years of driving organizational change.

I’m delighted that Stewart Pollard will be joining me as part of a special live webinar series sponsored by Vision Coaching to guide leaders through the exceptional challenges we face today.

Join us Thursday, Oct. 15 at 11 a.m. Eastern/12 p.m. Atlantic for Confronting Today’s Unique HR Challenges: Promoting and Managing Change.

Over the one-hour webinar, Stewart will share what he has learned over more than two decades of implementing process improvement and driving organizational change for various organizations.

(For your complimentary ticket, click here to go to Eventbrite.)

Exceptional champion of change

Over his career, Stewart has led transformations resulting in revenue growth of 600 per cent over three years, and coached leaders to employee engagement improvements of 30 per cent year over year. Projects under Stewart’s leadership have delivered more than $500 million as a result of his passion for improvement.

His ability to simplify complex problems, his positive energy and good humour, make him an exceptional and compassionate champion of change.

He founded his company, Shift Leadership Solutions, as a way of sharing his insights and experiences in change management, performance improvement, leadership effectiveness, employee engagement and more.

Register online today

This promises to be a highly informative session. There is no cost to attend, but you must register online in advance to ensure your place.

The next webinar in the Confronting Today’s Unique HR Challenges series will follow on Thursday, Oct. 22 with a thought-provoking discussion on dealing with difficult conversations.

I will be joined by Kelly VanBuskirk, a leading labour and employment lawyer. Managing Difficult Conversations will explore why managers, whose job is to communicate with employees, don’t actually do it or do it effectively.

Additional opportunities

The consequences of avoiding difficult conversations can loom large and prove costly. Kelly outlines the risks, and offers tips and strategies for effective communication.

For more information on webinars and upcoming virtual training from Vision Coaching designed to help leaders navigate their way today, visit the Vision Coaching Events page.

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