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Upcoming Event: Change Management Conference

ACMP Change Management 2016

Change management and project management professionals face obstacles between the planning and execution process ranging from lack of consensus, lack of resources, poor communication, poor management support and employee resistance. Because all of these can factor into the success of your initiative, these challenges can lower both the program’s success rate and the manager’s motivation.

At ACMP’s Change Management 2016, you can get the tools required to take your change management skills to the next level. Taking place May 15-18, 2016 at the Gaylord Texan in Dallas, Texas, this 3-day conference focuses on providing solutions and best practices in a collaborative environment. Whether you are a seasoned professional or new to the challenges in change management, this conference will provide you with insights to break through these barriers to successful results.

There are five key reasons for attending Change Management 2016:

Update Your Toolkit – Whether you’re just starting out in change management or are a seasoned professional, there is always room for improvement. Stay up-to-date in this ever-changing industry with educational opportunities that add to your skillset. Earn professional development credits while doing it.

Network with Your Peers – Make connections that will advance your career. When you meet with your peers, you have a chance to collaborate and hear new ideas that may inspire you to implement something similar or validate your perspectives. The program has built-in networking events. View the various networking opportunities here.

Meet with New Vendors and Suppliers – The exhibitors are industry experts. Vendors in the exhibit hall can help you learn more about the future of change management. If you’re interested in becoming a vendor or sponsor, learn more here.

Hear From the Experts – ACMP prides itself on building a quality professional development program. Conference speakers are proven business leaders, strategists and well-respected practitioners who share perspectives in an interactive format. New York Times best-selling authors Shawn Achor and Brené Brown will be the keynote speakers. There are also Pre and Post conference workshops available for deeper exploration of conference topics.

Have Fun – While the Change Management conference is education-packed, there’s still time for fun. Opportunities include a closing night celebration and exploring the sights of the city.

Register as a group of 4 or more from the same organization to save $150 off each individual registration, or use the promo code THOUGHTLEADERS to save $50 up until May 15. Discounts cannot be combined. Click here to register today.

For more information visit http://www.acmpconference.com or contact conference@acmpglobal.org.

Mike Figliuolo at thoughtLEADERS, LLC

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