Sandy Asch, Principal Alliance for Organizational Excellence LLC, bestselling author of ROAR: How to Build a Resilient Organization the World Famous San Diego Zoo Way, internationally recognized speaker, global consultant, Best Place to Work expert, Woman of Influence and architect of the Resilience at WorkTMmodel. Sandy partners with companies globally to create workplaces that are passionate, focused, healthier and resilient. 30,000 leaders in 350+ companies in 50 countries and 6 languages have implemented her strategies to win Best Place to Work awards, navigate mergers and embrace change. Sandy’s presentations are uniquely high-content and high-participation, engaging CEO, HR and leadership audiences globally in practical discussions to activate a meaningful application that produces results. She holds a masters degree in Organizational Management.
SPEECH TOPIC: HOW TO BUILD A RESILIENT ORGANIZATION-THE SAN DIEGO ZOO WAY
Sandy Asch presents an innovative and unique model that offers inspiration and actionable guidance for how to build emotional, physical, relational, mental and value resilience within corporations. This talk will give your leaders the mindset, skill set and toolset they need to navigate the change and uncertainty of the demanding workplace. All organizations will be forced to change now and in the future as staffing and technology advances are exponentially changing. How leaders create a culture of resilience, flexibility, and acceptance of these changes is crucial. Sandy gives her audiences real takeaways on how to navigate transformational thinking allowing leaders to create a world class resilient culture with three specific and important skills.
SPEECH TOPIC: FORK IN THE ROAD: HOW TO LEAD THROUGH CHANGE
Over the next 30 years, we’ll encounter some of the greatest transitions that any generation has ever had to face. Technological, geopolitical, environmental and social disruption is already affecting every part of our lives...every business, every industry, every society...even what it means to be “human.” These changes show no signs of slowing down; in fact, they’re accelerating rapidly. While most leaders have come to accept that change management is a priority, few organizations have effectively cultivated true change embraceability and integrated change as a core discipline. In fact, two-thirds of large-scale change efforts fail. Sandy will talk about the most important skills needed to successfully lead corporations through change and substantially increase the odds of success.
- Understand the biggest mistake leaders make in any change initiative
- Learn the 3 key skills to effectively lead change
- Discover how to cultivate a mindset of change embrace ability
- Develop a personal action plan to ensure the success of your next change initiative.