Dr. Eli Sopow will be the presenter on the November Lead Change Conference call. The call is scheduled for November 16th at 5:00 PM Eastern.
Systems theory illustrates how one small change can make a huge difference by using the metaphor of a butterfly flapping its wings in Brazil. Ultimately that flap of a wing sets off a series of reverberations that result in a thunderstorm in Texas. Now new research shows how the “Butterfly Effect” operates in the workplace. A recent study of over 3,000 employees show there are no more than six key factors affecting the workplace. Even more intriguing is the result that doing a very good–not just good– job on just one of those factors creates a huge and positive ripple effect across many other factors. Discussion Group members are invited to the first pubic unveiling of this data by Dr. Eli Sopow, author of the study, and see how the results can be directly applied to their own workplaces.
Dr. Eli Sopow has worked with national and international organizations over the past 35 years providing counsel on leadership, change, and innovation. He s current Special Advisor to the Change Management Team of Canada’s national police force as well as an Associate Faculty Member with the Royal Roads University School of Leadership. Over the years he has worked with organizations as diverse as Starbucks Coffee Company and Greenpeace, to national financial institutions and resource companies. He holds a PhD in Human & Organizational Systems, Masters degree in both Organizational Leadership and Human Development, plus a Certificate in Peer Counseling.
To find out more about Dr. Eli Sopow visit his website at www.bioleadership.org or check out his BioLeadership blog or his LinkedIn profile. Better yet, just register for the call below! It’s free. A recording will be available after the call too. So what are you waiting for?