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  • November 01, 2017 8:44 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Are you interested in getting more involved with the  ACMP DC? Would you like a chance to meet and mentor other ACMP DC members? Then let us know. The ACMP DC is seeking volunteers in the two areas below:

    New Member Orientation Coordinators (2 volunteers needed)

    The New Member Orientation Lead will be supported by two volunteer coordinators who will assist with the quarterly orientation program. Roles and responsibilities include:

    • Participate in New Member Orientation Coordinator training
    • Assist with scheduling and logistics for the quarterly orientation sessions
    • Assist with inviting participants for the orientations
    • Assist with facilitating the orientations
    • Assist with evaluating and making recommendations to improve the orientation

    Time Commitment: Time commitment may vary based upon program needs and volunteer interest, however average time commitment will likely be:

    • Initial Training: 2 hours
    • Quarterly Orientations: 2-3 hours per quarter
    • Program Review/Update: 2-3 hours per year

    Peer Mentors (5 volunteers needed)

    Peer Mentors will be promptly matched with new members to provide a friendly, smooth transition into the chapter. Roles and responsibilities include:

    • Participate in Peer Mentor training
    • Reach out to new member via email or phone upon matching to welcome the new member to the chapter
    • Provide information and answer questions regarding association membership
    • Invite new members to attend events; attend together
    • Reach out to the new member via email, phone or in person throughout his/her first year of membership

    Time Commitment: Time commitment may vary based upon program needs and volunteer interest, however average time commitment will likely be:

    • Initial Training: 2 hours
    • Monthly Peer Mentoring: 2-3 hours per month
    • Program Review/Update: 2-3 hours per year

    If you are interested in helping, then please contact us here and let us know!

  • July 18, 2017 4:40 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Whether you are experienced with Prosci and wanting to learn how to expand how you use ADKAR or you are brand new to change management and still looking for a great certification, ACMP DC has something for you:

    On July 26th, ADKAR in Action is a chance to meet other CM professionals and here about a real world application of the Prosci methodology.

    or, if you are new to Prosci,

    Join the us for a special, member's only, discounted Prosci training. 

  • June 22, 2017 1:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Don't worry if you missed the ACMP Global Conference in New Orleans, because you will have lots of other great opportunities to attend ACMP conferences, hear great speakers, and meet other change management professionals. Visit to get more information about the great conferences listed below:

    • Regional Conference Vancouver Canada, September 14-15, 2017.
    • Regional Conference Washington, D.C., October 5-6, 2017
    • Regional Conference Amsterdam, November 16-17, 2017
  • December 15, 2016 4:34 PM | Galen Wilson

    On November 16, 2016, North Highland hosted the ACMP DC launch of the new Federal Community of Practice (CoP). The event featured a networking reception and a presentation by Sophonia Simms, Sherry Quinn, and Sandra Scarbrough about their work in launching a new change management office and capabilities at the National Institute of Health (NIH). Like many organizations, the NIH has recognized that change is constant, and since 2000 they have been working toward making effective change management a part of their operations in both their Office of Strategic Planning and Management Operations (OPSMO) and the NIH Business System (NBS). This has included a four-pronged approach focused on streamlining access to CM experts, developing a CM Community of Practice, developing NIH specific CM resources, and utilizing OPSMO CM staff to provide guidance on tools and methods.

    The three speakers led the audience through the steps to coordinate these efforts, create buy-in and enthusiasm across employee levels, and work toward empowering NIH employees to successfully implement change. They also provided a preview of their plans moving forward as they launch a pilot CM bootcamp and cohort in early 2017, training their first group of NIH leaders in how to guide their teams through change.

    This was the first of many planned Federal CoP events, so watch for announcements about more events in 2017. Additionally, ACMP DC is working to establish other Communities of Practice across a range of industries in the DC area, with the goal of connecting change practitioners who want to share best practices and experiences. For more information on the CoPs or to get involved, email

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