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Richmond OD SIG

  • 09 Apr 2012
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Richmond, Virginia


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Richmond OD SIG

Topic: Learning vs. using the Kotter 8-Step Change Model

Facilitator: Rick Phelps, MSOD, SPHR
Rick Phelps is an Organizational Consultant/Coach at Incite Performance, LLC as well as an adjunct professor of Organizational Behavior at Virginia Commonwealth University.  His practice takes an integral approach to leadership and organization development with the purpose of changing thoughts and behaviors to positively impact business performance. Some of his areas of specialization are: change management, leadership development, development and facilitation of collaborative design processes, individual & group assessments for leadership and group development; and concept research and development.  Rick received his MSOD for the American University/NTL Institute of Applied Behavioral Science.

“The Model is Not the Territory”
A multitude of models and theories are an essential foundation of knowledge for the Organization Development practitioner.  Knowing how a model works is different than knowing how to apply a model. In this interactive session, Rick Phelps will review the Kotter 8-Step Change Model (Process) and use a client case from 2011 to discuss and explore how this change model showed up and was applied within the client organization.

SIG Leader:
Sue Owens | 804-239-7939 (c) | owens.s.org.dev@gmail.com

  • 6:00 PM - 6:20 PM | Networking
  • 6:20 PM - 8:00 PM | Program
Goodwill Industries Board Room
6301 Midlothian Turnpike
Richmond, VA 23224

Cancellation policy: Program will be cancelled should less than 5 participants be signed up at the CBODN site.

Additional notes: 
For more information please contact owens.s.org.dev@gmail.com

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