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Deep Change with Bill Diedrich and Mike Limauro
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We are all change agents. Whether you are a manager or supervisor, teacher or trainer, sales person, consultant, community leader, parent, or any person who sees the need for transformation, this workshop will offer you insight and skills to be more effective in creating positive change.

11/13/2014
When: Thursday, November 13
From 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: Brody Square at MSU
East Lansing, Michigan 
United States
Contact: Bill Diedrich
517-388-3735
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This is for every business owner/manager who is expecting to grow.  In order to grow, you must go through deep change.

This is for anyone who wants to be a more effective change agent—or any leader who desires to have more influence.  The principles and process in this workshop are applicable to both the workplace and personal life. 

We are all change agents. Whether you are a manager or supervisor, teacher or trainer, sales person, consultant, community leader, parent, or any person who sees the need for transformation, this workshop will offer you insight and skills to be more effective in creating positive change.

To register: Go to http://noblaming.com and click on “Workshops.”
Place: Brody Square at MSU, East Lansing, MI
Time: Breakfast at 8:30 AM and workshop begins at 8:45.
Workshop ends promptly at 1 PM.
Cost: $99 includes breakfast, lunch, parking, handouts, and the workshop.

Mike Limauro is the former CEO of Kasle Steel, a 1000 employee company, where he led many successful change efforts.

What participants have said about Deep Change:

"I found the interactive group sessions profoundly helpful.  Each of the individuals had a story that made mine seem not so large after all!   We were able to discuss their situations and how they were adapting.  It was very interesting to talk about everyone's story and fill out the sheets." Tom Russo, Manager, Electrical Engineering

“The workshop was very useful, beginning with the premise that the need for change can be equated to the need for growth and learning, and then organizing the discussions around the 5 Keys to Deep Change.  The method of having us talk about our individual situations in small workgroups within the context of those 5 keys was especially effective. I'd recommend the workshop for those managers who have a key role in the transformation of the organization.”  Ron Kasnow, HR Manager

"I came away from the workshop with good knowledge of the topic and confirmation Deep Change is ongoing both personal and Global. Mike was a breath of fresh air to Bill's presentation.  Two speakers increased the experience.” Laurie Anderson, Senior Accounting Assistant

"The open forum of interaction with others from other fields is more helpful than a class with all work peers in my opinion. It seems easier to open up and be more honest when it is to strangers that have nothing to do with the dynamics of my own company day to day. It was also refreshing to have Mike present another calming point of view along with Bill’s. In the end it is all about opening one’s self to receive the tools and apply to their every day life.” Julie Kaylor, Customer Service Supervisor

"I thought it was terrific and am excited to revisit my notes. I will encourage more persons from my department to attend in the future.” John Reilly, Plumbing Supervisor

“Bill and Mike put on a wonderful seminar on Deep Change.  Anyone, from any level of an organization, can find a true understanding of the key stages and steps to handling deep change both in organizations and in everyday life.  As facilitators they take attendees on a journey of self-exploration, a better view of those around us, and the workshop has attendees work through problems the day of.  I recommend this seminar for individuals and teams!”  Nicole Murphy, HR Manager

"I enjoyed it.  It was good reinforcement with a few new tools learned.  I especially enjoyed meeting other professionals and hearing their story.”  Jim Fuerstenau, LUTCF

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