Free webinar: Thursday, October 15 (1 p.m. CDT, 2 p.m. EDT)

Leading Your Team Through Disruptive Change

The webinar recording can be viewed anytime if this date does not work for you!

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How do leaders like you get the productive and creative best from employees during today’s unpredictable world of change? What is required of you? What insights and practices do you need to commit to?

This 60-minute webinar will show you:

  • How leaders need to think and talk about the many forms of disruption touching their businesses, their communities and their employees' daily lives.
  • The five predictable responses to change you will see and hear from your employees.
  • A leadership tool you can use to help others continually adjust and innovate as you face new challenges and unexpected change.

You’ll end this webinar with a vision and leadership tool to keep moving forward with your employees rather than get stuck doing what you have always done. Standing still in times of great change is not a winning strategy.

If you can't participate on Oct. 15, no problem! Register anyway and view a recording of the webinar at your convenience.

Registration instructions for members:

Members of America's Newspapers can register for webinars at no cost. The registration fee is $35 for other newspapers ($45 after Oct. 12). Registrations will be accepted up until the day of the webinar.

  • Email psheffield@newspapers.org for the COUPON CODE to register free (if you don't already have the America's Newspapers code)
  • Click here to register
  • In the COUPON CODE field at the bottom of the screen, enter the America's Newspapers code to register free.

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