What is the number one issue that most organizations worry about today? I would venture to say it is change – or perhaps more precisely, the speed of change. How do organizations keep up, manage disruption, engage, motivate and retain their employees in times of change, thwart competitive challenges, apply best customer service practices or deal with supply chain issues…? I could go on, but I think you get the idea.
Reinvention is a systemic approach to embracing change.
It covers topics such as why companies sink, what to do to stay afloat and how to make your company (and your career) watertight. It is packed with practical and pragmatic tools, information and strategy to help organizations weather any disruption, including the next recession.
We will talk about why this is important, how it is different from innovation and how you, as coaches can help your clients (individuals, teams and organizations) build healthy reinvention cycles.
Understand the changes in the business environment that are affecting the need for individual and organizational reinvention today
Identify a variety of activities that will assist you in helping your clients build renewal and reinvention into their daily work and life
Danielle Silverman is a Chief Reinvention Officer, helping individuals, teams and organizations survive and thrive during periods of change. A talented and versatile communicator and public speaker, Danielle brings to the table extensive expertise culled through more than 40 years of wide-ranging experience in management, leadership, organizational development, and marketing communication as well as business administration, project and event management, strategic planning, relationship management, and career management across numerous industries in both the private and public sectors as well as non-profit. She has a reputation for her warm and compassionate approach and for being able to draw people out and engage them in learning that will drive them forward in their careers and in their lives.
Danielle completed her undergraduate degree in Life Sciences at Queen’s University and holds an MBA and an M.A. in Human Systems Intervention from Concordia University. She has served for several years as a Judge for the John Molson School of Business International MBA Case Competition.
Danielle is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coach Federation and an Executive/Corporate/Business/Leadership Coach and Career Coach certified by the Center for Credentialing and Education. She is also a member of CAPS, the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers.