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Virtual Lunch N’Learn: How to Build a Thriving Community of Practice

  • September 20, 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual

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Build a Thriving Community of Practice:  A case study in empowering Change Leaders to translate knowledge into value-generating action

  • Are you struggling to build a culture of change in your organization? 
  • Have you and your colleagues benefited from change management training but need to take the next step to keep growing together, week after week, month after month?
  • Have you ever noticed that often the best learning you’ve gained comes from informal conversations with your peers?

Then this month’s virtual Lunch N’Learn is for you.

A community of practice is a forum for people to learn, share and collaborate together, growing their individual and collective capability to successfully manage change in real-life.  In this session, you’ll learn proven steps to get your own community of practice off the ground.  Using a case study and sharing practical insights, this session will guide you in building a thriving community of practice.

As a result of this session, participants will:

  • Understand why building a community of practice is important in supporting change leaders.
  • Understand what differentiates a community of practice from formal, classroom learning.
  • Learn the simple steps involved in starting a community of practice. 
  • Gain insight into how to make a community of practice thrive and generate value. 
  • Learn facilitation activities for effective community engagements.  

Presenter: Lisa Kempton, CCMP™

Lisa helps people and organizations to be great at change.  As a Managing consultant with over 15 years’ experience delivering large-scale, complex, public sector change, she leads the Change Management Practice at Fraser Health.  She is an educator, internal Prosci trainer and founder of a thriving Community of Practice for transformation specialists making extraordinary change in BC Healthcare.  She keeps on the forefront of change as a member of Prosci’s Super User Group. 

Please note that this session is free for ACMP DC Members and $15 for non-members. 

The Association of Change Management Professionals DC Chapter is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 5546 14th Road North, Arlington, Virginia 22205

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