Learning Programs that Drive Business Impact - Integrating Change Management into Learning Design will provide you with the knowledge and skill to practice new behaviors that don't always translate to behavior change or business results.
That’s why change management is an essential piece of any learning program. During this session you’ll learn how to integrate change management into your learning design process to achieve greater success.
This session centers around an innovative case study where a failed learning program was successfully relaunched and resulted in a 700% return on investment. Following along with the case study, you’ll work through one of your own learning programs and leave the session with a draft change management plan for that program.
By the end of the session, you will be able to:
- Describe the importance of change management to successful learning programs
- Explain the ADKAR model of change management
- Apply the ADKAR model to one of their learning programs
- Why is change management important
- Introduction to ADKAR
- ADKAR worksheet activity
- Wrap Up
Association for Talent Development Capability Model
This program will help develop the following capabilities:
- Impacting Organizational Capability: Consulting & Business Partnering
- Impacting Organizational Capability: Change Management
This will be a highly interactive session. To participate fully, please plan to join the Zoom meeting from a laptop or desktop computer instead of a mobile device to ensure you have access to all of the interactivity features that will be used during the program. We will also be encouraging all participants to use their webcams for breakout sessions and activities. Be prepared with a pen and notepaper to take notes and complete the activities.
About the Facilitator
Amy Salapski is the Managing Partner of Cambium Development Group. With over 25 years of experience specializing in Organizational and Talent Development, she consults with clients and facilitates programs on topics of leadership development, employee onboarding, change management, high potential development, employee engagement, and women in leadership.
Amy has held multiple management and executive roles in the HR function for public, private and government organizations. In her most recent executive role, she led the organizational development function responsible for company-wide leadership and professional development programs, high potential programs, internal coaching, employee onboarding, talent assessment, succession planning, and employee engagement. A skilled practitioner of Appreciative Inquiry, Amy has designed full-scale summits and integrated AI into smaller-scale applications. She is also a Board Certified Coach and uses Emotional Intelligence tools as a core foundation to developing others.