Friday, January 8th, 2021
9:30AM to 4:30PM CT
Whether you’re facing changes in your personal life or your company is going through corporate changes, this is the one class you need to start the year with.
Graceful Change Management
Intellectually we know that change can be a good thing. But like water, we prefer to take it in manageable quantities. (Think teacup amounts.)
However, if 2020 was a swimming pool’s amount of change for you, you’re not alone.
One option for dealing with change is to flail your arms like a drowner.
Another option is to managing change with the grace of a synchronized swimmer.
If the second option sounds better to you then Dr. Grant is your new best friend.
Dr. Nick Grant has spent decades studying the patterns of psychology that show up over and over again in humans dealing with change. He is a comforting expert when it comes to personality types and temperaments. (Or in other words, your preferences for dealing with change.) Nick will put tools in your toolbox to tame the angst and unease change can bring, while simultaneously arming you with hope and courage.
Everyone who has spent time with Dr. Grant understands that it’s impossible to get bored when listening to him speak. Like some kind of guru combination of Mr. Rogers and Bill Nye the Science Guy, he casually throws out insights that alter the fundamental realities of your life.
You’ll come away from this class with a better understanding of how to manage change and a description of how your personality relates to the paths you choose going forward.
After this class, your choices in managing change can be more intentional and customized, from the details of daily life to fundamental purpose-in-life.
“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” ―
Ready to start 2021 with confidence and hope?
1 day – 9:30am to 4:30pm CT
(Academy alumni receive a 50 percent discount.)
Dr. Grant is a founding Board member of Wizard Academy and Emeritus Chairman of the Board of Directors
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