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Dealing with Change and Transition
Wednesday, September 21, 2005
9:30:00 AM - 4:00:00 PM

Location:
Shaker Heights Public Library

16500 Van Aken Blvd., Shaker Heights, OH

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Cost:
$75 CAMLS Members
$85 Affiliate Members
$150 Non-members
Free for guests/speakers

Deadline: Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Limit: 30
Registered Now: 16
Contact Hours: 5

**Notes:
Fee includes materials and lunch

Change in organizations usually is a result of somebody wanting something to be different from the way it is. In a work-group setting, a change usually entails requiring people to do something differently. If you are currently experiencing a change or anticipating an upcoming change, you will find the ideas in this workshop helpful in assisting you in this process.

This workshop will offer ideas and techniques to deal with change in your work and in your life. It will focus on effective ways to deal with change so that you can enjoy less stress and more success (however you define it) in all aspects of your life.

KEY TOPICS

  • Understanding the process of change
  • Coping skills during times of transition
  • Why we resist change
  • Exercises to make the best of change
  • Strategies for implementing change
  • Video: tips on keeping perspective during times of change
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    Audience: All Staff
    Presenter:
    Marti Peden is President of Peden and Associates, an Akron, OH firm specializing in seminar presentations, leadership, and team development. She has over twenty years' experience in the training field working with clients in business, healthcare, schools and libraries. Marti received her Master's Degree in Education and Counseling from Kent State University. Prior to her consulting practice, she worked as a counselor at Cleveland Veterans Hospital and in the Corporate Training Department at the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company. She is a frequent presenter for CAMLS and other Regional Library Systems, as well as working with numerous libraries across the state.

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