- Name key competencies for managing change within public health
- Identify and analyze situations where change affected initiatives in public health
- Explain critical roles of the public health professional that serves as a “change agent”
Date: September 4, 2018
Emil J Sadloch, MA
Sadloch Development Associates
The Region 2 Public Health Training Center presents its monthly Log-in2Learn series. Starting September 2018, the series began its new focus on the de Beaumont Foundation Strategic Skill Areas, eight skills and knowledge areas needed to address complex public health problems. In this webinar, participants will learn from Mr. Emil J Sadloch about introductory concepts of change management, such as the definition of change management, types of change an organization might experience, and the cycle of change. Mr. Sadloch continues his presentation by give examples of how change agents can anticipate the effects of change with explanations of people’s personal change styles, signs of resistance, essential components of change management, and tools and key questions supervisors can use to manage change.