Change is one constant we all have to confront. As a result, we are susceptible to stress and the common problems it can cause such as interpersonal, health, and organizational difficulties. Dr. Paul Maloney, Visiting Professor in the Industrial and Organizational Psychology program of the Graduate School of Education & Allied Professions, will lead a one-day workshop on Jan. 30, 2010 using case discussions, practice exercises, feedback, and action planning to develop skills for:
- Applying best practices for managing change
- Identifying the crisis stages people experience in the change process
- Clarifying the relationship between change and different types of stress
- Applying stress-reducing and resilience-boosting techniques
- Communicating effectively during change
- Identifying common ways people resist change and how to deal with them
The program is scheduled for Saturday, January 30, 2010 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Course credit and CEUs are available. Fairfield alumni will receive a discounted fee.
For more information or to register by January 25th, please contact Kim Baer, Dean’s Office, (203)254 -4000, ext. 2140, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Paul Maloney has held senior management and development positions at NBC, Mobil Oil Corporation, and PepsiCo International. He has also consulted worldwide for American Airlines, Covidan, GE, Schering-Plough, Kodak, and many other organizations. His specialties include change management, communications, executive feedback and coaching, and presentation skills. He received his doctorate from the University of Virginia.
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