Is your Organization ready to Transform? Can you identify potential and covert resistance? Do you know how to handle internal resistance during a transformation?
If you want to learn more about these topics, then join the ACMP DC for the March installment of our speaker series:
Understanding, Managing & Overcoming Resistance to Change
presented by Salima Hemani
For many organizations that aim to transform, internal resistance to change is their biggest roadblock. The longer the change remains in elevated states of resistance, the greater the impact on productivity and operations, and greater the risk of general resentment, low employee motivation and even loss of valued talent. Salima Hemani, President SZH Consulting, will lead this interactive session, driving critical conversation around how to effectively recognize and address various forms of overt and covert resistance. We’ll introduce new and proven techniques, based in neuroscience and organizational effectiveness methodologies, to help change leaders successfully plan, prepare and manage the resistance and build change savvy organizations.
Speaker Bio: Salima Hemani is a dynamic leader and expert in Organizational Effectiveness and Talent Management, and an ICF Certified Executive Coach. She has two decades of experience providing leadership coaching, and consulting services in the areas of organizational development, human capital management, and leadership development. Salima has held senior leadership positions at global, Fortune 500 companies including Accenture, Northrop Grumman, Marriott International and BAE Systems. In those roles, she was instrumental in helping inform the strategic direction of Talent Management and OE/OD functions, while delivering highly effective and impactful coaching, leadership and organizational development programs to internal & external clients. Her clients include global leaders from consumer products, technology, telecommunications, professional services, utilities, non-profit, and government organizations. Salima has served on the board of directors for the International Coaching Federation D.C., and as a Coach for the Virginia Tech Executive MBA program.