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Participatory Lecture: One or two presenters sharing information with the audience. Lecture presenters are expected to also involve the attendees in small group discussion for at least 25% of the session.

Workshop: Interactive session with the attendees working through specific exercises.

Panel: Thought leaders share their views on topical issues or trends affecting the profession. Heavy on the Q&A.

Case Study: Presenter leads discussion on a real-life business issue. They will describe the strategy used during the planning phase, the development process, and the results. Attendees should be involved in small group discussions - determining how they would best resolve the problem; what worked, what did not, and how to apply in their own business setting.

Ted-Style Talk: Short, fast presentation. No more than 18 minutes of presentation/content. Followed by Q&A time. Short, concise, and informative. Narrow focus.

Other: Please provide details in your Session Outline and Interaction Plan.

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Submissions should align with one of these track topics:

Change Management Around the Globe Change happens everywhere, but is it called, approached, and managed the same way? This track will offer a look at the diversity of change culture, language, roles, and how this should influence our change strategies, approaches, tools, etc. especially when we are confronted with the introduction of changes at an international level. This track offers a look at the diversity of the change management discipline and profession around the world. Sharing unique global perspectives, intellectual insights, and cultural impact on change management’s development, integration, and needs worldwide.

Global Innovation and Worldwide Change Trends This track showcases global innovations that evolve the way change works within the discipline and profession, highlights emerging technological and economic trends that inform change management needs, as well as introduces speakers from different parts of the globe.

The Culture of One This track focuses on the power of leveraging the many synergistic professions, industries, and capabilities that are essential to the change management discipline globally, including leadership, organizational development, human capital, learning, coaching, strategic communications, performance management, data analytics, process engineering, project management, and more.

The Change Role of Leaders in the Future of Work This track focuses on the future of work and the significant implications for the role of leaders across multiple sectors – industry, government, and non-profit. Explore how accelerated digital transformation and adaption to newly diversified work environments influence how we evolve to manage change in the future. It will also show how leaders and change professionals at all levels of the organization can work together to create synergies to help organizations achieve their future goals.

Accelerating Professional Growth This track provides opportunities to develop additional skills to increase your impact as a change management professional. Topics such as using coaching/mentoring in change management, developing your facilitation skills, improving your strategic view, and working on your influence are a few examples. This track is suggested for intermediate to experienced change management practitioners.

Critical Change Foundations This track focuses on the foundational components of establishing and mobilizing change management initiatives or capabilities within organizations, industries, and countries where change management is not as established or recognized. Specifically, sharing critical success factors, including buy in, justification of change management as an asset to the success of a transformation initiative, and global culture considerations that are in demand across organizations today to implement successful change. This track is intended to serve as an introduction for those new to change management, change curious, as well as a refresher with critical updates for long-time practitioners.

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