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Coffee & Connections: Change Management with Intention

Wednesday, September 27, 2023

9:00 am - 10:00 am
via Zoom

Individual Members: No Additional Fee
Organizational Members: No Additional Fee
Non-Members: No Additional Fee


About this event

Topic Title:  Change Management with Intention

Description:  Every leader must help their organization successfully adapt over time to maximize results and achieve their important missions. Implementing change can be a difficult and stressful process for leaders and their team members alike, yet for different reasons. This Coffee & Connections presentation and discussion will include a five-step process for what to do before, during, and after a planned organizational transition to minimize personal stress, maximize psychological safety, and minimize disruption to those they serve.

Speaker: John Jell

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John Jell

John Jell is the President of JELL Training & Consulting.

He most recently led global Learning & Development under HR for global energy drink leader Monster Energy. Prior to joining Monster, John spent 25 years with The Coca-Cola Company and Nestlé in Sales, Marketing, and L&D capacities. He has also worked for a privately held firm and venture capital holding as well as led a 501(c)3.

On multiple occasions over the years, John has also taken over teams that were struggling.  He turned them all around quickly after realizing, regardless of organization type, there were some basics and best practices to build, lead, and sustain high performing teams. These basics and best practices are the focus of his workshops to help all who attend become stronger leaders of higher performing organizations.

John has been supporting, coaching, and training leaders from front-line to C-level for over 20 years. Solving problems and making decisions are all in a day’s work as a leader. John has seen many good and bad decisions made, and their impact. His workshops teach leaders how to improve discipline and confidence in problem solving by trying to make the right decisions the first time around.