Between advancing technology, critical skill shortages, economic flux, and the prolonged wake of the pandemic, change has become the "new normal" and most leaders, managers, and teams are struggling to keep up. With rapid, unpredictable change as a constant, employees across all industries and locations are grappling with alarming rates of exhaustion and change fatigue. If not properly managed, change fatigue leads to burnout, stress, and apathy and can cause employees to leave, projects to fail, and performance to plummet.
Why you should Attend
Join this timely session to explore how leaders and managers can help reduce the negative impact of change fatigue and burnout. Discover proven approaches and best practices for helping teams move from exhaustion to engagement amid constant disruption.
Areas Covered in the Session
- Characteristics of change fatigue and burnout
- The negative impact of fatigue and burnout upon engagement and performance
- Proven approaches for reducing change fatigue
- The important role of managers in combating change fatigue
- Cultural levers for fostering change readiness and wellbeing
Who Will Benefit
- HR Directors
- HR Managers
- HR Specialists
- Training Directors
- Training Managers
- OD Professionals
- Change Management Professionals
- Front Line Supervisors
Holly Burkett , PhD, SPHR, SCC is an accomplished talent builder, change leader, and performance consultant with more than 20 years experience as a trusted business advisor for diverse public and private sector organizations. She is passionate about developing resilient leadership capabilities that enable high engagement, employee wellbeing, and operational excellence. Formerly with Apple, sample clients include: Seva Foundation; Chevron; Intel; the State Bar of California; the National Park Service; and the National Security Agency (NSA), among others.
She serves clients as a Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coach®, a Prosci® certified change practitioner, and as a credentialed evaluation specialist. A select member of the Conference Board, Holly is a sought-after coach, facilitator, and speaker. Publications include the award-winning book “Learning for the Long Run”, along with contributions to Forbes and many industry resources including HRCIs The Rise of HR and the Organization Development Handbook, Talent Management Handbook, and Measurement and Evaluation Handbook from the Association for Talent Development (ATD). She earned her doctorate in Human Capital Development.