Leading For Transformational Change

Leading For Transformational Change: Turning Resistance Into Results

Would you like your people to consistently embrace change and create ongoing
innovation? Almost every organization today is experiencing unprecedented change and also needing to drive innovation and transformation to stay successful.

Dr. John Izzo has spent an entire career helping leaders and organizations not only embrace change but inspiring them for transformational change.

Your audience will discover proven methods for getting others to embrace change. John explains the neuroscience behind change and how to use that knowledge to help others embrace change. The audience will discover the keys to personal resilience and learn how to create a climate for innovation and understand the true source of change resistance and how to overcome it in yourself and your organization.

Visit these video links to see John sharing inspirational stories about inspiring change:

The science behind our resistance to change and how to get people excited by change
• The hard lessons Sony learned about losing the digital revolution and how they
could have avoided it
• How a TELUS leader took a dying business unit and got employees to step
up creating a “cash cow” for their company, demonstrating why people don’t resist change itself

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