You’ve heard of personality profiles and assessments like Myers-Briggs and DISC. But did you know that there are personality types that relate specifically to change? Probably not. Imagine knowing not just your unique change style, but also the absolute best, research-proven strategies to master change as quickly as possible. Courtney will show us how to navigate change in a healthy way to lead to greater happiness and success.
As an assistant, you are constantly dealing with change and often have to adapt to whatever comes your way, whether it is changing your executive’s calendar or travel, or immediately responding to a crisis. Often assistants feel like they have no power when it comes to change. Most of the time it is someone else dictating the change. Imagine if you could maintain personal power and a sense of control during times of transition?
Courtney Clark certainly knows about change. Courtney overcame monumental health obstacles starting at the early age of 26. She was a presenter at the Office Dynamics 2015 conference where she amazed everyone with her story and “detour” philosophy. Office Dynamics is excited to bring Courtney back to this year’s 24th Annual Conference for Administrative Excellence where she will present Changing Lanes: Learn Your Change Style and Use It To Your Advantage.
On March 7, 2017, you’re invited to join us for a free webinar where Joan Burge will explore the topic of change with Courtney. Together, Courtney and Joan will address the following questions to help you learn how to navigate change in a world of acceleration:
- How are we wired to think about change?
- What are the 3 personality types when it comes to change?
- What are the pros and cons of the 3 types? Are any of them worse?
- Can we change our “type” and should we?
- What do we do to get more successful at navigating change?
- What are the 3 strategies to help us connect despite change?
Leverage your change style and better manage the constantly shifting demands of work!