ACMP-DC is pleased to present a five-part webinar series aimed at internal change agents—FREE to chapter members ($10 charge per webinar for non-members).
A well-placed and empowered internal change agent can be the difference between a successful change that increases the organization’s bottom line and a change effort that fails to make any impact at all. In this five-part series, Mary Barnes, change expert, executive coach and founder and CEO of Evolve, will guide participants through a myriad of tactical tips and tools you can use to become a respected influencer in your organization – someone who makes an impact well above your position or paygrade in the organization; someone who leaders see as a strategic advisor on all things change.
The series is tailored for internal change agents – at any level in your career – and can compliment many of the change management frameworks out there. We will get tactical and answer several questions around:
- developing your influence,
- customizing standard frameworks for your organization,
- managing up to leadership,
- using measures, policies, performance management, leadership messaging, and more to help reinforce change, and
- bringing in external change experts that will best benefit your organization.
Offered in five one-hour sessions over the course of five weeks, the series begins with the first webinar on Wednesday, June 17. All webinars will run from noon to 1:00 p.m. You can choose to attend all webinars in the series or pick and choose which topics interest you the most.
Five-Part Webinar Series for Internal Change Agents
You can choose to attend all five sessions, or pick and choose which sessions you would like to attend.
- Part I: Becoming the Leader the Organization Needs (June 17 @ noon)
- Part II: Customizing the Plan (June 24 @ noon)
- Part III: Managing Up (July 1 @ noon)
- Part IV: Making the System Work for You (July 8 @ noon)
- Part V: Getting Help (July 15 @ noon)
About Mary Barnes
With more than 20 years of leadership experience across commercial, local, and federal government organizations, Mary brings a deep knowledge of organizational dynamics, change management, and strategy development from both a practical and academic perspective.As an executive coach, Mary assists leadership teams in solving their big problems – the problems that disrupt productivity and impact employee engagement. She has a proven track record of designing and implementing programs that get results and move the organization forward. Mary focuses on empowering leadership to achieve their desired result by focusing on human dynamics and organizational behavior at all levels.
As a career and performance coach, Mary uses her knowledge of leadership and recruitment practices to set people up for success on their defined career path. She asks questions to help people see all options in their career path, even the unconventional ones, and uses her pragmatic approach to help her clients develop a plan to systematically achieve their goals.
Mary has her doctorate from George Washington University in Human and Organizational Learning, her Masters in Finance (MS) and Business Administration (MBA) from University of Maryland Global Campus, and her Bachelors in Recreation Management with a concentration in Adventure Sports.