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Driving Accountability for Change

As an HR leader, how do you drive change in a change-fatigue workforce?  

Keeping up with the speed of change means we have to adapt quicker than ever. And yet, there’s just no time these days to circle through the change management cycle. Most organizations don’t have a change management department to guide the organization. It’s a responsibility of everyone in organization to shuffle through the changes. They have to adapt quickly because there’s another change around the corner. When this happens, people end up “checking the box” instead of taking accountability to drive the change. 

You need people to do things differently. And that’s a tough thing to do. 

Join us for our webinar, Driving Accountability for Change, where we discuss what HR leaders can do differently to accelerate change—without increasing the negative side-effects like change fatigue and burnout. Listen to best practices and case studies from HR executives who lead change effectively in their organizations. Discover what it takes to inspire your workforce to take accountability for change that leads to positive results, innovation, and breakthroughs. 

Takeaways from the discussion: 
  1. Understand what’s holding people back from owning change
  2. Get people focused on what matters most 
  3. Best practices to create greater buy in for change, helping people think and act differently 

Karol Pelletier, SHRM-SCP
SVP Digital

Karol Pelletier, SVP Digital, is a results-oriented professional offering 25+ years of experience leading key growth initiatives, specializing in Human Resources and company culture in the food production and biotechnology industries. She is known as an expert in delivering innovative, high-quality, cost-effective solutions and strategies to increase organizational effectiveness and employee engagement in a fast-paced environment. Karol is accountable, committed, and hands-on with a proven progressive career reflecting strong leadership experience that builds and leads highly motivated global teams to achieve business objectives. She is highly praised for work ethic, problem-solving, communication skills, and successful delivery of work.

Lisa Miller, SPHR
Consulting Partner

Lisa has worked in the human resources and talent management field for over 22 years, most recently as SVP of Human Resources and Executive Leadership Team member at Partners In Leadership. In her current role as Consulting Partner at the firm, Lisa works with leaders from all levels of the workforce to implement positive accountability and instill a Culture of Accountability. She has extensive experience among many industries, including professional services, high-tech, advertising, and retail. She works with top leaders in Fortune 1000 companies to purposefully define, shift, and manage culture as a key lever for delivering business results.



SHRM Recertification Credit
This webinar is eligible for 1 PDC toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification. A program code will be provided at the end of the webinar.


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