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Are we there yet? Measuring Meaningful People Change

  • Tuesday, June 12, 2012
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Colorado Springs Marriott, 5580 Tech Center Drive, 80919


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Joint meeting with CSSHRM

Are we there yet? Measuring Meaningful People Change


Capturing ROI of change initiatives, showing the value of investing in leadership programs, and measuring organizational improvement is a hot topic in business. In this session, we'll look at ways to fast track “people” programs by establishing strategic measures that track positive, sustainable change.


Measuring change isn’t easy, but change that’s left unmeasured gets you nowhere. Measurements, benchmarks, and a scorecard can keep you, and the organization, on track. Whether you are focused on improving skills within the organization, launching a performance management program, or making your voice heard when it comes to company policies or leadership programs, measurement helps you become more involved in the future of your organization.


In this intensive and interactive workshop you will:

  • Find out what, when and why to measure organizational focused initiatives
  • Discover what to track in order to keep your eye on the progress
  • Measure the commitment to change from your change team and leaders
  • Pull it all together with a balanced view of your desired results of the change

About the Speakers:

Dr. Christina Schlachter, PhD, is the creator of The Leading Change Guide, a real-world roadmap for leaders who are tired of too much fire-fighting and are ready to create meaningful, positive, and lasting change. Used successfully by thousands of leaders worldwide, Christina has cemented her role in helping leaders reinvent both themselves and their companies with her matter-of-fact 12-week turnaround process.


In addition to Leading Business Change for Dummies, Christina contributes to numerous business and communication journals and blogs, and is a sought after keynote speaker globally. She is also the author of the forthcoming Work Right, Go Home at Night (June 2012) and Critical Communication for Dummies (December 2012). Christina, the CEO and Managing Partner at She Leads, has been recognized as an American Express Small Business Award winner and is passionate about helping women leaders create meaningful change, at work and home. She is also a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt and is an advisory board member with the Society for Human Resource Management.


Christina holds a PhD in Human and Organizational Systems, MAs in Education and in Organizational Studies, and a BBA in International Finance and Marketing. She is a frequent speaker and lecturer at top ranked universities, including Stanford where she received her first Masters degree.


Christina loves to hear from her readers, and can be found on her bike or in the pool at the crack of dawn or at mailto:christina@sheleadstheway.com or www.sheleadstheway.com



Terry Hildebrandt, MA, MA, PCC, works with the leaders of global business units and their teams to design and implement organizational change initiatives resulting in increased revenue, greater market share, improved executive team effectiveness, and alignment of organizational culture with new business strategies. Terry is an expert in the principles of evidence based coaching, which involves using the best existing theoretical and researched knowledge, in combination with his personal coaching skills and knowledge of the client, to develop and deliver an effective coaching engagement.


Terry has worked with companies and organizations in multiple industries including high tech, manufacturing, professional services, insurance, energy, government, schools, and nonprofit. He works primarily with mid-level and senior executives including members of the executive committee, board chairs, chief executive officers, vice presidents, directors, and selected promising leaders. 


In addition to Leading Business Change for Dummies, Terry has written numerous articles on organizational change, contributes to blogs on emotional and social intelligence, and has spoken at business conferences worldwide. Terry is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF), a certified Evidence Based Coach from the Fielding Graduate University, and a Social & Emotional Intelligence Certified Coach from the Institute for Social & Emotional Intelligence (ISEI).


Terry earned his Bachelor’s degree in Materials Science from Rice University. He holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Design and Effectiveness and a Master’s degree in Human Development from the Fielding Graduate University. Terry is also currently a PhD Candidate at Fielding studying Human and Organizational Systems.


Terry welcomes your questions about leading change and would enjoy hearing about your own success stories. He can be reached at terry@terryhildebrandt.com or www.terryhildebrandt.com.

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