Three Ways to Build Resilience for Change in a Post COVID-19 World
|Mumtaz Chaudhary is the Chief Experience Officer and Co-Founder at Pragilis Solutions, a boutique consultancy that partners with CEOs and executives to anticipate change before it arrives in their organizations.
After spending over a decade consulting to companies in the higher education, energy, machinery, mining, financial services, retail and martech sectors, Mumtaz knows what it takes to build change-resilient organizations and change-ready leaders —and it’s not managing change as a one-off event. It’s building change management skills for the future.
|A thought leader for Pragilis, Mumtaz routinely writes for notable publications such as Consult Magazine and Change Management Review. Mumtaz often speaks on how companies can properly engage their people to deliver successful change—digital, organizational, strategic or otherwise. Mumtaz has an active interest in helping companies lead people-centered change and looks for opportunities to incorporate agile, design-thinking and lean principles into her distinctive approach.
Mumtaz is a Certified Change Management Professional™ (CCMP) and holds a B.Sc. in Science, Technology and Society from the University of Calgary.
In today’s competitive business environment, change–as they say–is the only constant. Individuals who want to lead successful careers must develop the capacity to lead and adapt to change. Change is a necessity for survival.
Since this pace and intensity are not likely to change, we need to find ways to be resilient in the face of it. What is resilience? Why is it even necessary? Can I become more resilient? The good news is that resilience, like any skill, with practice, can be learned.
In this session, we will explore three ways of developing personal resilience at work. Mumtaz will share the “what” and “why” behind resilience and what characteristics distinguish resilient leaders and teams from others. You will come away with actionable strategies and helpful tips for enhancing your resilience and becoming wildly successful in your project management career.
Please be aware that a pre-registration email address is required. We look forward to seeing you there!