- September 8, 2022
6:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Leading Change: Learn to not only survive change, but thrive…
Large-scale transformational change is happening all around us. How do you ensure you don’t sink the ship while changing course?
In this interactive sample workshop, Tracy Graf, CEO of Fuse – Igniting Communication, will introduce some best practice concepts and facilitate live discussions about:
- Understanding how and why individuals react to change as they do
- Gauging each important stakeholder’s position on business decisions
- Considering the effects of commercial, personal, emotional, & political factors
- Building sufficient consensus to ensure a smooth (enough) transition.
This all helps to positively shape the future of your business, organization or group. The “Leading Change” workshop instils the knowledge and skills to not only survive change, but thrive!
This program will also touch on how AI Simulation technology, which Fuse uses to deliver their full “Leading Change” works.
Tracy Graf is the CEO of Fuse – Igniting Communication, an innovative training company that is increasing success for a variety of prestigious organizations across the globe.
Tracy has 20 years of leadership experience in project management, marketing, and public relations roles with prominent international corporations. She led teams of professionals to grow revenue for over 25 prestigious international brands in her positions with Vail Resorts, Life Time Fitness, Disney on Ice, and Ruder Finn Public Relations.
Tracy customizes her approach to her clients’ needs to strengthen their skills in the areas of:
- Team Collaboration
- Transformational Leadership
- Partnership Development
Fuse is the exclusive distributor in the U.S. of workshops that provide months of realistic workplace relationship management experience in a matter of a few hours by utilizing AI simulation technology.
Tracy presents interactive, engaging workshops weekly to clients from a variety of industries. Some of her notable clients are: Cisco, Oracle, Ball Aerospace, Texas Instruments, IBM, Hitachi, Arrow Electronics, National Renewable Energy Lab, Carnegie Mellon University, and more