Using Workforce Analytics to Navigate Organizational Change
Holly DePalma, MidAtlantic Employers' Association
February 14, 2017/Breakfast Meeting at 7:30 am
Approved for SHRM Certification Credits and Pending HRCI Credits
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Leading corporations are adopting change management as a fundamental skill, viewing it as a competitive advantage. Does your organization have what it takes to achieve sustainable change?
Research shows that 70% of all major change efforts in organizations fail. Why? While the strategy you've developed might be well defined, an essential component to factor in is your employees' behavioral needs and motivational drives.
Learn how to leverage behavioral science to effectively communicate and implement organizational change.
1. Understand how to lead through change management
2. Become familiar with the Four Pillars of Successful Change Initiatives model:
- Communication & Retention
- Cultural Shift
- Strategic Workforce Planning
- Conflict Resolution
3. Discover how behavioral data and analytics can be used to effectively communicate during change in your organization
4. Learn how to build trust and successfully manage transitions through teams
Holly DePalma is the Managing Director of HR Services at the MidAtlantic Employers’ Association. Holly provides oversight and direction on consulting, project management, and training services to organizations in the areas of Employment, Recruiting, Employee Relations, Performance Management, Compensation and Benefit plan design and general Human Resources services. In addition, Holly manages MEA’s Interim HR Services, providing experienced, on-site HR Consultants to businesses on a part-time or full-time, contract basis.
Holly brings with her over 18 years of human resources experience in generalist, specialist, and leadership roles. She has worked with start-up, developing companies to large-scale organizations in a variety of industries including education, health care, and high tech. The diversification of Holly’s experiences affords her a unique perspective from which MEA’s members can benefit.
Holly graduated from the University of Maine with a Bachelor’s degree in Public Management. She also holds a Master’s degree from Temple University in Public Policy. She is a member of both the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and the Philadelphia Society of People and Strategy (PSPS).