Change for Good

Strategies for Effective Individual and Organizational Change

Human beings have a natural desire to change and improve. We also have a natural desire to resist change and to cling to the familiar. How do we reconcile these tendencies and maximize our potential as individuals and work groups?

Please join us for a learning experience which includes:

  1. Two strategies for change, what are they and how are they used.
  2. How fear effects change and how fear can be used to assist rather than hinder change.
  3. How all the staff in an organization can be involved in changing culture and the steps to achieving an acceptance of change. 

Presenter: Robert Maurer, Ph.D., Associate Clinical Professor in the UCLA School of Medicine

Dr. Maurer’s presentations have reached audiences as diverse as corporations, hospital patients and staff, theatrical companies, government agencies and the US Navy. Dr. Maurer has appeared on ABC’s 20/20 in connection with his work on conflict resolution. He is the author of a book entitled, “One Small Step Can Change Your Life.” 

RSVP by calling extension 40245.

 

Campus Human Resources, Staff and Faculty Counseling Center
Phone: (310) 794-0245 | Fax: (310) 794-0251 | Mail Code: 145748

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Los Angeles, CA 90024-6504

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