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Monday, March 27 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Right Mind: Initiating Change Management from Within

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Change management is a field of study that has tremendous significance and utility when implemented properly, particularly in relation to technical communications, where innovation occurs almost without pause. However, much of the focus on change may be directed outward to focus on measured systems and results, rather than the actual instigators of change – people.

Every transformation starts with one person’s idea and initially spreads inward, like a dropped pebble creating a circular flow in a body of water, and only after the ripple is fully engaged in you does the pulse impact externally. This presentation will focus on the skills you need to develop the right mind for change in yourself so you may act as an effective and supportive change agent for others around you, whether your scope of influence is a small project team or an entire company.

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Kim Chmielewicz

Technical communicator, Seeking my next position
Kim Chmielewicz holds degrees from Hamilton College in Clinton, NY and the University of Buffalo in anthropology, creative writing, and clinical laboratory science and is completing an MBA. She lives in East Amherst, NY after moving from Manlius to attend graduate school. She has... Read More →

Monday March 27, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am EDT
2140 Rochester Institute of Technology (Louise Slaughter Hall - 078)

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