Cynthia B. Stotlar
Instructor Cynthia B. Stotlar
Product Id 601671
Duration 60 Minutes  
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HR's Role in Corporate Culture Change


Change is never easy. While the only constant in life is change, everyone seems to move towards new initiatives kicking and screaming - even the people whose bright idea it was in the first place. If any of the above sounds like what happens to you, then come and let's chat about some things that can help you make change a bit easier for your staff to swallow and easier on your stress level too.

I'm all for making life easier and less stressful. We will discuss ways to "orchestrate" change so it flows to the music and everyone is dancing to the tune you want them dancing to whether it's the rumba, tutting or the "Nae Nae." So let's dance to the music and change with grace and style shall we?

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Briefly discuss the four levers of corporate change in The Four Levers of Corporate Change by Peter L. Brill and Richard Worth (The Human Lever, Power Lever, Social Process Lever and Leadership Lever)
  • Focus in on the 5th lever which is the HR Lever and how the 5 interact
  • Learn to orchestrate changes
  • Use each of the five levers of corporate change to help employees embrace change and dance to your tune
  • Maximize HR's role in leading substantial corporate culture change
  • Leave more confident that you can teach the right dance moves and get employees dancing to your tune in support a major change initiative

Who Will Benefit:
  • HR Directors
  • HR Staff
  • Line Managers
  • Department Directors

Speaker Profile
Cynthia B.Stotlar M.Ed., SPHR is currently the Director of Human Resources for Brewster Place, a CCRC with over 400 residents and 320 employees. Cynthia has over 30 years experience in human resources with 16 as the president of a HR consulting firm specializing in providing outsourced human resources services to small and mid-sized organizations in the mid-west.

Cynthia has personally trained over 30,000 employees in a wide variety of leadership, team building and customer service related topics. She was honored as Women of the Year in large business in 2013 by the YWCA in Topeka for mentoring others and especially for helping so many achieve their PHR and SPHR certification the past 13 years. Cynthia has taught prep classes for Washburn University, through the local SHRM chapter and at the State Council's Conference.

Cynthia has a thirst for education herself and is currently enrolled in a Lean Six Sigma class after getting her White and Yellow belts at Washburn University. She has a certification as a Human Performance Improvement Consultant from JCCC in the Kansas City area in conjunction with her master's from Central Michigan University and her BS from Middle Tennessee State University.

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