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In today's business world, change is inevitable. Business cycles are getting shorter and companies need to realign their strategies more frequently. Under the recent US-China trade war and the new trends of digital transformation, both organizations and individuals are driven more to change. However, people react to change differently, and companies differ in their success in driving forward transformation.

In this talk, we will introduce the organizational psychology principles that are pertinent to change management, and how organizations can utilize psychological knowledge to manage change more effectively in an ever-changing market.

- The changing business landscapes
   . A sense-making framework to understand the current environment
- Interplay between psychology and change
   . Employee's psychological journey when facing change
   . Organizational psychology theories and their application to change
- Putting it together: The change management roadmap
   . From creating a vision to sustaining change
   . Case studies to illustrate application
- Tools to help with the change journey
   . Psychometric tools for assessing change readiness

Speaker(s) Kin Chong U, Managing Partner, Signium Management Consulting Ltd
Kin has 20 years of experience in leadership and organizational development. He has provided consultancy services for the top management team of many leading companies to enhance their leadership capabilities and organizational strengths. His recent clients include LVMH, Knorr-Bremse, ThyssenKrupp, Clariant, Hang Seng Bank, Global Payments, Japan Tobacco International, City University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Hospital Authority. Prior to joining Signium, Kin was the Director, Organizational and Leadership Development at KPMG China, where he was responsible for designing and implementing various strategic talent and organizational development initiatives. Before moving to an in-house role at KPMG, Kin was the General Manager for SHL (now CEB) China and Taiwan where he managed the consulting and assessment solutions business across Greater China.

Kin is a trained coach and certified to use a wide range of leading psychometric assessment tools. He also serves on many HR advisory boards and is a frequent speaker at public forums.
Language English
Date and Time 2019/04/09 09:30 to 12:00
Venue Chamber Theatre, 22/F United Centre
Media Closed to media
Enquiries Cathy Chan
Tel: 28231282
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