Building Organizational Change Management Capacity December 17, 2015
Inland Empire Society for Human Resource Management
Join IESHRM December 17 at 11:30 am at the Mission Inn in Riverside California for our topic, Building Organizational Change Management Capacity. This program will cover how to implement an enterprise-wide change management strategy.
Learn how UC San Diego built change management capacity in an effort to support the innovations and changes called for in their strategic plan, Defining Our Future. The challenge was to provide a structure and methodology that could be consistently used across the campus yet flexible enough for application across a diverse cadre of initiatives.
This session will provide an overview of the organizational learning strategy that was implemented which called for the change management partner to deliver their product in a unique and untested manner. Key elements of the process will be described such as garnering executive support, transforming material designed for small groups into a presentation for over 200, and the valuable lessons learned during the process.
Our presenter will be Sue Anderson, Director of Staff Education and Development for the University of California, San Diego. Sue oversees all organizational and professional development programs. Sue joined the University of California system in 2001 at the Riverside campus where she served as the Employment and Development Manager. She has over 30 years of experience in the field of Human Resources working as a generalist in both professional and management positions.
Sue holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino. Sue is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management and has held the designation of Senior Professional in Human Resources since 1999. She is a certified Change Management Practitioner and Trainer. Sue is also a member of the Association for Psychological Science.
This program provides 1 hour of recertification credit.
Register at www.ieshrm.org by Monday December 14, 2015