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Ten Ways Change Gets Stuck
Wednesday May 17th 2017 at 6PM
Featuring Heather Stagl
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About Our Presenter:
As founder of Enclaria LLC, Heather Stagl equips individuals and teams to influence change at work. She provides a number of resources for those who are leading organizational change from the middle, including individual coaching, team workshops and step-by-step workbooks. Heather is a blogger and radio host of the "Influence Change at Work" show on BlogTalkRadio. She is the author of 99 Ways to Influence Change and the change management toolkit, the Irresistible Change Guide.
Heather has implemented a wide variety of strategic initiatives as an internal change agent, including IT systems, a process improvement program, and strategy execution with the Balanced Scorecard. She was the Director of Organizational Effectiveness at The Jel Sert Company, a mid-size food manufacturer headquartered in the Chicago suburbs. After moving to Atlanta, she conducted a two-year working group program on strategy execution at Balanced Scorecard Collaborative. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern University and an MBA in Leadership and Change Management from DePaul University. Heather completed coach training at The Coaches Training Institute. She is the 2011 Chair of Organization Change Alliance, a learning community of organization development practitioners in Atlanta.
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