Mark Zuckerberg once said “In a world that's changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking risks,” and he was right. Leadership is not a static endeavor. Successful managers not only acknowledge the need for business development but also are willing and able to navigate their team through change. In this roundtable we will discuss:
· Change is an existential reality / Change or die
· The importance of clearly defining the end goal and why the change is required
· The value of setting measurable interim progress objectives
· Identifying key players (advocates and saboteurs)
· Delegate and hold people accountable
· Change is slow and uneven. People in you organization adopt change at different rates
· Leading change takes energy
· The change announcement is just the beginning. A lot of listening required after the announcement.
The Speaker / Facilitator
After completing a thirty-four year career as a key educator in both the private and public sectors, Marianne Bartley, Ed.D., of Lebanon, PA, has established a business called Time To Think, LLC.
Marianne provides speaking, coaching, training and leadership development services to corporations, community groups, schools, and individuals.
In addition to having extensive experience as a leader with a Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership from Lehigh University, Marianne is an Independent Executive Director of The John Maxwell Team, offering world class expertise to her clients.
Marianne believes in investing her time and energy into people, both locally and globally. She is a Board Member of the Lebanon YMCA and a Paul Harris Fellow. Additional memberships include: Lebanon Rotary Club, Delta Kappa Gamma, Penn State/Hershey Medical Center Pro-Wellness Advisory Committee, Better Together Lebanon, Community of Lebanon Association, World Blindness Outreach, the Horace Mann Society, American Association of School Administrators, and Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators.
She is a past recipient of numerous awards and recognition including the Ave Maria Award (2017) for outstanding educator, and the Athena Award through the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce (2007).
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