Brian Gorman

"Redefining Organizational Culture in the Face of a Pandemic"

There is significant uncertainty as to the state of work and of the workplace as we move toward Lead Change Global 2020. Will your organization still be working virtually? Will some or all your employees be back in the workplace? What other pandemic-driven changes are on the horizon? What can you, as a change practitioner or change leader, do to help your organization and your colleagues not just survive, but to thrive with so much still unknown?
What is certain is that work will not be the same. If the workplace is fully re-opened, social distancing and other protective measures will re-shape how, when, and where people interact. Those who had adapted to working from home will need to adapt once again to a new and different work environment and a new way of working. Partially re-opening the workplace will bring the same challenges to those who return and can easily lead to the rise of an “us vs. them” mentality. If it is not opened at all, a new way of working has already started to take root, and a new organizational culture is taking shape.
In this webinar we look at organizational anchors, those things that provide employees with a sense of stability and security. Whether an employee’s anchors were a regular paycheck, chats around the water cooler, or any number of other things, both the “who we are” and “the way things are done around here” – the heart of your organization’s culture – have changed and will continue to change. Webinar participants will learn how to intentionally work with anchors to both re-stabilize the organization and its employees, and to intentionally architect the culture needed for success.

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About Brian Gorman

Founder, TransformingLives.Coach

For more than four decades, Brian has been engaged in—and a student of—change at the personal, organizational, and societal levels. Among the many things that he has learned three facts stand out.

Change happens; it is happening at an accelerating rate; and it is becoming increasingly complex. There is no antidote to change. Even if you try to isolate yourself from changes that are uncomfortable, you are subject to change as things around you move further and further away from your status quo.

All change is personal. Whether it is strictly a personal change, an organizationally-driven change, or social change…every change that touches your life in any way is personal. The choice you have is whether to allow yourself to be managed by the change—perhaps even to be victimized by it—or whether you are going to take control of your response.

Every change is different, and all change is the same. As different as changes appear to be, underneath them there is a consistent set of patterns. Knowing these universal patterns of how people respond to change won’t make you immune to the impact of change; however, it will increase the likelihood of successfully navigating it.

Brian is committed to passing his “lessons learned” on to others, so that their change journeys can advance more smoothly. He does so through coaching, workshops, blogging, speaking, mentoring, and consulting.

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