Business Education Series:
Is Your Resistance to Change Killing Your Momentum?
A Formula to Help
We have all had to navigate significant change since March, and there is more to come. This is applicable both personally and professionally. To help navigate the natural resistance to change we will introduce a proven tool you can start using immediately. This will be a participative session, so please come prepared to work through the exercises so you gain actionable insights. We will apply our learning with worksheets, exercises, and action plans for follow-up after the session.
About the Speaker: David Dillon
Believing that everyone can raise their game with the right tools, systems, and support, and leveraging a thirty-year corporate career delivering market-leading solutions, David helps business leaders and executives achieve new levels of business success. He draws upon best practices in business performance, along with the resources of world-class solution providers to deliver the tools, process, and support necessary for sustainable results. As a certified business coach with various training certifications, David helps business professionals move past obstacles and accelerate their personal and professional growth. With his broad yet deep business experience, problem-solving abilities, analytical skills, technology expertise, customer focus, and collaborative style David delivers results across multiple performance areas for a wide range of industries.
Thank you to our sponsors for their generous support: Series Silver Sponsors Fairfax County Economic Development Authority and MillerMusmar, CPAs.
The INCspire Education Foundation is proud to present the Business Education Series (BES). Chamber member professionals, INCspire and Chamber staff offer ongoing workshops in their areas of expertise to our members as well as the general business community. These workshops are designed to support business growth and cover a variety of topics!
Are you a current Chamber member interested in leading a BES workshop? Contact Carrie Pulliam at 703.707.9045 or email her at CarrieP@restonchamber.org.