Cooksey Returning to 2019 Gulf Coast Symposium on HR Issues

Register today to attend the HR Gulf Coast Symposium on HR Issues, brought to you by HR Houston: CLICK HERE

Join Cooksey at the live session:
May. 15, 2019 | 3:45 pm – 4:45 pm
Track(s): Business Management & Strategy

On May 15, 2019, Scott Cooksey, Sr Consultant with CookseyConnects, returns to Houston to deliver his sought-after program: Powering Your Team through The Peloton of Change Management Techniques. 

Organizations standing the test of time must constantly evolve. Navigating the change management techniques to drive change while maintaining high engagement at all levels requires commitment, coordination, and communication. This program provides participants illustrative examples, tools, and techniques designed to promote a healthy Change CADENCE™ to unleash individual potential and maximize team performance while protecting momentum.

Whether your perspective is as senior leader or individual contributor impacted by change in your organization, constant shifting of priorities and focus can wear down a team, often eroding engagement of employees.

Participants of this session will walk away with tactical tools, techniques and easy-to-implement strategies adapted from the world of professional cycling. It will leave you realizing that change management truly can be “easy as riding a bicycle”! Best of all, you will learn that there is truly more than only one way to win, when it comes to driving a results using the Change CADENCE™ system.

Register today to attend the HR Gulf Coast Symposium on HR Issues, brought to you by HR Houston: CLICK HERE

Join Cooksey at the live session:
May. 15, 2019 | 3:45 pm – 4:45 pm
Track(s): Business Management & Strategy

Lens of Perspective (Getting Your Shift Together)

Let’s take a ride in the “way-back” machine. Let’s look through the lens of perspective of your first day at any job you have ever held.

What can you remember about that day? What was the weather like? Do you remember the smell of the office? Were you seemingly over- or under- dressed? How organized were the people around you? Was it clear where you were supposed to be and what you were supposed to be doing?

Consider the excitement and enthusiasm you held for the opportunities which lay ahead on that first day.

What about today? Does your excitement still abound, or are you now “settled into the way things are around here”? Can you remember this morning’s commute to the office? Do you look forward to the day?

If your lens of perspective has shifted from one of optimism to one of pessimism (or as the pundits call it, “realism”), I think it may be time to refocus your energy.

Develop your CONNECTion Perspective. Focus on what you can do, rather than what “they” say you can, or “what always happens”. As the old saying goes, “If you don’t arrive for work fired with enthusiasm, do not be surprised when you are fired…with enthusiasm!”

Today is the day you will get your shift together! Stop waiting for your environment to change. Influence it for the better. When others around you find the proper lens of perspective, there is no stopping what you can accomplish.