Humans are not Dolphins: Why Change Management Doesn’t Work, October 2018

150 York Street, Suite 1600, Toronto | October 23, 2018 | 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

More about the workshop: 

Are the rewards and incentives that you’re providing to your team not getting the results you want? Humans aren’t dolphins and we can’t train them as if they were.

Most change management involves unilateral communication and decision-making. While important, this sort of initiative runs the risk of alienating those affected by the changes being introduced. Fostering dialogue and connection rather than monologue about any change initiative develops creative and engaged change-makers. This workshop challenges how we transition people through change and teaches skills and psychological insights that foster a culture of engagement throughout the process of change.

This workshop provides executives and change agents with the skills to:

  • effectively handle and mitigate the human factors that interfere with change initiatives
  • engage employees at all levels of the organization to take up change with engagement and creativity
  • empower yourself as a leader to manage yourself and others through transitions

When: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Continental breakfast and networking from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m.
Workshop from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m.

Where: Farber
150 York St., Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, M5H 3S5

Registration is now closed for this particular session.
If you are interested in attending another one of these sessions please check our events page for the next available date.

Questions?
Contact Bryn Savage.


Barry Pokroy is a Partner at Farber, and the leader and founder of Circle & Square. Trained in clinical psychology, he has in-depth knowledge and experience in adapting the insights of psychological theory to the demands of the corporate environment. He can be reached at 416.496.3079 and barry@circleandsquare.me