Presenter: Christopher Sanderson
Many of us are familure with the book Who Moved My Cheese? An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life, by Dr. Spencer Johnson. A number one best seller with over 30 million copies worldwide and translated into 37 languages and remains one of the best-selling business books.
This joint webinar with IEEE-USA and IEEE R5 Houston Section: Who Moved The Cheese?…My Cheese Workbook is designed to help you understand and adapt to change by learning from the key messages in the book Who Moved My Cheese?. Registered attendees will be able to discuss through Q&A and start writing about their own journal reactions to change at work and in life in their personal Cheese Workbook.
Cheese is a metahor for whatever nourishes us, wheter its a good job, a loving relationship, or peace of mind.
The “Maze” represents where you spend time looking for what you want.
Workbook is our methahor for working through our expierences from the discussion pertaining to change.
“Change is the law of life, and those who look only to the past and present are certain to miss the future” -John F. Kennedy
About The Presenter
Christopher Sanderson is an Organizational Leadership Effectiveness coach and keynote speaker. He is a U.S. Army Veteran with multiple Honorable Tours of Duty and numerous corporate and non-profit recognitions. During his time in the military, he lived by the motto “Mission First, People Always!” He is passionate about emboldening people to live and lead better in a #VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity) world. As a manager, consultant, speaker, coach and leadership facilitator, he has been fortunate to have been part of some amazing organizations in the military, corporations and non-profit teams from around the world, helping them make better decisions and even braver actions to amplify their impact. As the IEEE R5 South Area Chair and Houston Section Chair, he has been given the opportunity to support the future STEM leaders that will be “Advancing Technology for Humanity” tomorrow.
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