Leadership at Lunch

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Whether you are new to the community or looking for a deeper dive into local current events, this lunchtime series will provide valuable insights, a broader perspective, and an expanded network of people and resources.

Developed by the LBMC alumni board, this series is open to all via Zoom. We hope you will join the conversation.

Leadership at Lunch Schedule

Feb. 11, 2021, 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. EDT

We have rescheduled the LBMC Leadership At Lunch session originally scheduled for Nov 5. It has been rescheduled for Feb. 11, 2021, from 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. EDT.

“Lead the Change: Creating Organizational Change That Sticks.”

Hosted by: Chris Fleming, Franklin College

Chris Fleming is the Robert A. Johnson Endowed Chair of Leadership at Franklin College, and a business instructor of supply chain, marketing, and introduction to business fundamentals.

Most organizations want to improve and change for the better, but too often people inspire change initiatives at work only to encounter resistance from peers or followers, or find employees settling back into the “old way” of doing things. This session addresses the psychology of how people see their value in organizations, why they are resistant to change, and offers practical advice on how leaders can foster meaningful change that employees will embrace.

Register now