Hear Me Speak – Organizational Change Management (OCM)

DATE: Saturday, November 7, 2015

TIME: Networking: 9:45 am; Presentation: 10:15 am to noon

NEW LOCATION: The Lakes at El Segundo Golf Course, 400 S Sepulveda Blvd.,

El Segundo, CA 90245

SPEAKER: Barbara A. Mather, Ph.D. is an experienced management consultant in the area of organizational change management. Working, primarily with large companies, Barbara develops organizational design, change management, communications, and compensation strategies and plans. Barbara also instructs doctoral research programs at the University of Phoenix.

TOPIC: Organizational Change Management (OCM) TODAY From an HR Perspective

This interactive presentation will focus on current changes in OCM, business trends and other organizational considerations, including ways to predict future changes. Barbara will also discuss how HR professionals can navigate the turbulent waters of organizational change.

You will learn:
- What skills and attributes are needed by HR professionals to manage organizational change
- How to successfully implement change programs
- How to obtain vital OCM and OD resources and references

Full Breakfast, Free Parking

Food and Meeting Fee: $30 postmarked by 10/24—$35 thereafter.

Checks payable to Stern & Associates
11260 Overland Avenue, Suite 16A, Culver City, CA 90230
PLEASE CONTACT Gerry or Yvette at: stern@hrconsultant.com

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2 Responses to Hear Me Speak – Organizational Change Management (OCM)

  1. Thank you so much for your breakfast presentation last week at IMC. It was extremely helpful to be updated on latest OCM trends and methodology.

  2. Margaret Crawford says:

    Barbara: Thank you very much for sharing your insights and experience with us yesterday. I found your personal tips for success to be the number one take away for me. They were an excellent reminder of the importance of authenticity, relationships, remaining humble and remaining open to new ideas. Your willingness to share and to be helpful are very much appreciated.