• Managing Organizational Change: The Element Model
    June 25, 2024
    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Managing Organizational Change: The Element Model

 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. Central Time, June 25, 2024

A Virtual Workshop

Facilitated by J.G. Wood


Only $80.00 per person


In this webinar, participants will delve into the ELEMENT model, an innovative framework designed to empower leaders and change agents in managing organizational transitions effectively. Through a blend of theoretical concepts, practical applications, and guided activities, attendees will gain the knowledge needed to lead successful change initiatives within their organizations. This course focuses on a holistic approach to change management, emphasizing evaluation, stakeholder engagement, communication strategies, execution, and progress tracking.

Objectives: By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  1. Define Change Management: Understand the concept of change management and describe the available theories and frameworks.
  2. Understand the ELEMENT Model: Grasp the core components and principles of the ELEMENT model for managing organizational change.
  3. Evaluate Organizational Needs: Assess the current state of their organization to identify areas requiring change and set clear objectives.
  4. Leverage Leadership Skills: Apply leadership strategies to effectively guide and motivate teams through change processes.

In addition to being the Deputy Chief of the Tom Green County Juvenile Probation Department in San Angelo, Texas, J. G. Wood is a Training Associate with Mel Brown and Associates.

He is skilled in program development, team building, regulatory compliance, and change management.

His academic credentials include a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Sam Houston State University and a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Criminal Justice from Northcentral University.

Managing Organizational Change: The Element Model

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