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Change Management: new tricks for old dogs

22 October 2012 3 Comments

IABC Ottawa is holding an excellent event for senior communicators tomorrow all about managing change and now is your chance to book.

Whether you are in the midst of workplace change, still picking up the pieces from a recent change, or there’s more change on the horizon, Kellen Greenberg of Systemscope  will provide tips on how to successfully manage your organization’s transformation while minimizing the wear and tear on you and your people. A specialist in public sector change, Kellen will focus on some of the common misconceptions about change management and share with you the Top 5 things every executive needs to know about change management.

This private event allows senior communicators to participate in a discussion led by Mr. Greenberg where you can share stories and ideas with one another and gain valuable, professional advice and information regarding the topic.  Here are the details:

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

  • 6:00 pm – Cocktails
    6:30 pm – Dinner (3 courses)
  • El Meson Restaurant – 94 Beechwood Avenue, Ottawa
  • IABC Members: $75.00
  • Non-Members: $85.00

Click here to register.

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