Survival Guide for Healthcare Professionals-"This book should be provided to every new hire and employee so they can start sheding now! It's packed full of practical strategies for overcoming resistance and embracing change."
President, National Association for Healthcare Recruitment.
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Harvard Business Review claims that 75% of all change efforts fail? Why? Largely because people feel left out of the process and lack the motivation, skills and knowledge to adapt to the new systems, processes and procedures.
Imagine what your organization would be like if everyone could lead and manage change? Companies that equip their people to SHED faster and quicker will be the ones that survive and thrive!
Why leaders at major corporations bring in Kathy Dempsey to lead the charge on "embracing change" in their organization.
Discover what Kathy B. Dempsey's clients are doing different to strategically prepare their teams to lead during turbulent times of change and SHED for Success™.
Learn more about the SHED for Success™ A step by step change management system for employee engagement, accountability and sustainable results.
Recent survey reveals surprising statistic.
What percentage of organizations do not have a strategy in place to prepare their people to lead and manage change?
"It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives.. It is the one that is most adaptable to change"
— Charles Darwin
“We see many speakers from all over the United States, and Kathy is one of the best I’ve ever seen.”
— Dawn Scifres,
Corporate HR Specialist,
"Kathy’s Shed or You’re Dead® philosophy transformed our Six Sigma deployment"
Global Six Sigma Director, Honeywell
“I believe that every healthcare organization in this country could benefit from Kathy's shedding message about leading change."
— Al Cornish,
VP, Norton Health Care System
“(Kathy) had everything on my speaker wish list - learning, laughing, compassion, tears, and insight.”
— Darryl-Lynn Oakes,
Director of Communications, Idaho Hospital Association