In today’s fast-changing world, only those who pioneer innovation and take charge of transition emerge victorious. However, people often resist unexpected or unwelcome changes and need to learn ways to turn challenges into opportunities; it doesn’t happen automatically.
Organizations need leaders to be change agents who will plan direction, overcome resistance, and give others the help they need to adjust to change and implement new initiatives—even when those changes bring hardships. Only then can these leaders enhance motivation, increase productivity, and support a shared vision.
Serious about humor, Linda draws from her original doctoral research on the Vietnam Prisoners of War to help leaders understand how to stay productive themselves as they help others navigate the unfamiliar waters of change. In this content-rich, but at the same time, humor-heavy presentation, Linda outlines ways for participants cope with change and adversity, so they can emerge from setbacks hardier and more resilient.
Dr. Henman delivers high content with a punch and was the highest rated speaker at our state conference. Audience members continue to tell me she was a combination of comedian, motivational speaker, and purveyor of pragmatic information.”
President, Arizona Health Information Management Association
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