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Building Change Leadership: There’s a Gap for That

Monday, February 22, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Holly Burkett, Principal, Evaluation Works

Change is in every organization’s DNA and plays into everything that leaders, talent managers, and employees do, regardless of hierarchy or rank. The future belongs to change-capable leaders and agile organizations. Whether your organization is targeting a new growth agenda, refocusing its strategic priorities, or building its leadership pipeline, the ability to navigate change is the ultimate competitive advantage in today’s global market. Change is here to stay, and the lackluster state of change leadership today shows that the world needs better change leaders.

Executives are looking to talent managers to help create more agile organizations and develop more change-ready leaders. As a result, talent managers need to rethink how they prioritize and develop change capabilities.

Join this webcast to discover how to:

  • Identify and leverage your role as a strategic change agent.
  • Build change leadership across the organization.
  • Assess your team’s change agent capabilities.

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Holly Burkett
Holly Burkett

Principal, Evaluation Works

Holly Burkett, SPHR, CPT, has more than 20 years’ experience helping diverse, global organizations achieve strategic change impact with workplace learning and talent management initiatives focused on leadership development, succession planning, career development and coaching, and performance improvement. Formerly with Apple, she is now principal of Evaluation Works, a performance consultancy in Davis, California.

She recently wrote the “Talent Manager as Change Agents” chapter in ATD’s Talent Management Handbook and was a contributor to the Human Resource Certification Institute’s (HRCI’s) The Rise of HR: Wisdom From 73 Thought Leaders, an e-book distributed to more than 1.5 million HR professionals around the globe.

Holly holds a doctorate in human capital development, along with a master’s of human resources and organizational development, and is a frequent conference presenter, international facilitator, and writer.


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