Best Practices in Change Management

“It Works for Target, But Can it Work for us?” Best Practices in Change Management

Join Jes Garceau and Leisa Anslinger as they explore the concepts behind change management. Whether experiencing change as an individual, small group, or organization, the models and concepts they explore can help prepare, equip, and support change management at any level. This is a must-see, practical session for anyone involved in pastoral ministry! From the session description: “Corporations and other large organizations, including many not-for-profits, have spent decades conducting research and developing systems for change management. What can those of us in ministry learn – and adopt – from their efforts?”

This session was originally broadcast on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 as part of GIA Publication’s “Summer Series.” For more conversations, check out the series playlist on GIA’s YouTube channel.

**This session is a joint production with the One Call Institute. For more information about One Call, please visit www.onecallinstitute.org.**


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