Go Beyond the Hippos: How to Discover, Create, and Sustain Change
Facilitator: Mark Kenny
What would it mean for your work group to Go Beyond its perceived limits? How do you need to lead differently to achieve these greater outcomes?
The Discover, Create, Sustain (DCS)® change model provides the framework to lead work groups members beyond their perceived limits. The DCS® model improves the customer experience, increases positive outcomes, enhances work/life balance, and establishes the foundation for long-term behavioral success. Work groups that do not embrace change describe high levels of frustration, competing agendas, negative assumptions, waste and inefficiencies, and inconsistent results.
In this fun, collaborative session, you will discover how to apply the DCS model® to conduct Discovery Assessments, Create Change Interventions, and Sustain Outcomes in any work group you lead or influence. Participants in this session will:
- Use a specialized diagnostic tool to measure the critical values and perceived limits that are manifest in your work groups.
- Be challenged to think differently about leading through change.
- Understand how to discover and leverage the three “hippos” that endanger all work groups.
- Experience a step-by-step process for leading change.
- Recognize the opportunities for transformational change in your own work groups.
- Learn how to create effective change interventions.
- Create an action plan for sustainable behavioral change to take back to your organization.
After participating in this presentation, all participants will know how to discover, create and sustain change as leaders.
Mark Kenny has practiced leader development for over 20 years as a business owner, manager, technologist, and consultant in multiple sectors including healthcare, government, non-profit, education, manufacturing, engineering, publishing, technology, and transportation. He is an expert on leveraging interactive case studies and technology to help leaders lead change. Mark has facilitated changes for a broad range of clients including Vanderbilt, HCA, Deloitte, MGMA, Mars, State of Tennessee, SHRM, and Ohio State University.