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A Blueprint for Change Management

Meeting executives could benefit from this big-picture strategic approach.

Most off-site meetings held by corporate America involve implementing some sort of change to attendees' work environment and processes. And while those meetings are critical vehicles for introducing and instilling change, the actions of the organization's leadership team before and after the meeting are even more important to ensuring the desired change takes hold and contributes to success. As a result, a change-management plan must be comprehensive beyond simply the meeting, and provide the meeting planner with the right vision and resources to execute the meeting effectively.
 
This article in Forbes, from U.S. Navy SEAL, speaker, and author Brent Gleeson, is a useful blueprint for planners who must incorporate change initiatives from their management team into meeting itineraries—and for planners who might want to implement change within their own departments too.

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