Change and How to Deal With It

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MHCEA Webinar

Date:3/7/2018
Start Time:12:00 AM
End Time:12:00 AM
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Provided by MHA Health Institute
Health Institute

Supported by Missouri Health Care Executive Assistants

Date & Time

Wednesday, March 7
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.


Register online by Monday, March 5, to ensure delivery of instructional materials.

MHCEA member — Complimentary*
Non-MHCEA member from MHA-member hospital — $225
Non-MHCEA member from nonmember hospital — $275

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Please note that your registration request will be submitted to the organizer for approval. Upon approval, webinar access information will be sent to the email address indicated on the registration form.

One webinar registration/connection allows for an unlimited number of participants. Dial-in information is for one physical location, so encourage staff to join you!


Audience

administrative support staff in all health-related organizations


The following program content was provided by the speaker.


Overview

“The only thing constant in life is change.” Change is something that excites people who love opportunities for growth, to see and learn about new things or who like to shift the status quo. Some changes, however, are harder to adjust to and lead to expressions of resistance and anger. We can take concrete steps to make change more palatable by understanding people’s hesitation, enlisting the help of others, setting up plans and managing stressors. These steps also can ensure desired changes are implemented successfully. During this webinar, you’ll learn how to manage and cope with change, and how to help those around you, too.


Objectives

  • Accept that there are no normal or abnormal ways of reacting to change; we must start from where we are.
  • See change not as something to be feared and resisted, but as an essential element of life to be accepted.
  • Understand adapting to change isn’t technical but attitudinal; change isn’t an intellectual issue but one that strikes at who you are.
  • Recognize that before we can embrace the way things will be, we must go through a process of grieving the way things used to be.
  • See change as an opportunity for self-motivation and innovation.
  • Identify strategies for helping change to be accepted and implemented in the workplace.

Topics

  • What is Change?
  • The Change Cycle
  • The Human Reaction to Change
  • The Pace of Change
  • A Four Room Apartment
  • Dealing With Resistance
  • Adapting to Change
  • Strategies for Dealing With Anger
  • Managing Stress

Faculty

Nancy Schnoebelen Imbs
Founder
Polished
St. Louis

Nancy Schnoebelen Imbs is an empowering leadership and professional development consultant. Highly dedicated and results oriented, she has the skill and passion for helping individuals become more confident and successful in business and beyond.

Imbs combines her communications expertise with a pragmatic approach in a variety of important soft-skill areas, including verbal, written and nonverbal communications, emotional intelligence, etiquette and protocol, time management, business acumen, working with team dynamics, and coaching. She helps clients focus on key adjustments that result in meaningful impact and effectiveness.

Drawing on her marketing and communications background, more than 20 years’ experience in leadership roles and a lifetime of personal growth, Imbs has a keen appreciation of mindset and the power it has to change patterns of behavior. She focuses on building one’s strengths and minimizing weaknesses through enrichment, feedback, self-discovery and detailed action plans.

Before launching Polished, Imbs served in leadership positions where she helped businesses like Edward Jones, St. Louis Economic Development Partnership and Mercy Health boost their products and services, communications, marketing, brands and stature.

Imbs believes passionately in developing people, especially their interpersonal skills. “You can achieve your goals — you just need a clear vision and a strong belief in yourself,” she says.