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Navigating the RHYTHM of Change (ATD of the Bluegrass GIG)

  • February 12, 2021
  • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual Conference Bridge

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Navigating the RHYTHM of Change

Guideposts for Building Resilience and Thriving Through Change

If this past year has taught us anything, it’s that persevering in the face of adversity and learning how to adapt and evolve are essential in order to thrive during tough times.

Our ability to successfully navigate the inevitable ups and downs of change is strongly determined by the extent to which we first realize a change is occurring and then consciously choose to embrace the change.

Embracing a change doesn’t necessarily mean you approve of the change (regardless of whether you perceive the change as a positive or negative event). What it does mean is that you commit to seeking opportunities within the change, and, as a result, adapt your actions, mindset and behaviors in a way that enable you to flourish in the “new normal” that results.  

During this session, we will discover a different way of navigating change by exploring the psychology and biology of change RHYTHM. Strengthen your personal change resilience and help yourself (and others) thrive through change. 

About Our Speaker


Morgan Massie is a Consultant with Avion Consulting, a firm specializing in leadership, team, and organizational development. Her background in organization & talent development, HR, instructional design, stress management, psychology, and coaching uniquely equip her to take a comprehensive and holistic approach to human performance and talent management; connecting strategy to personal values and strengths, creating competency alignment, and ensuring connection to company vision, goals, and objectives. 

Morgan has served in multiple leadership roles where she has led and executed the talent development needs of nationally dispersed teams. 

Morgan is a co-author the book and coaching model, The Five Coaching Conversations, a research-based model for maximizing performance and potential. She is an award recipient of the Learning Elite Award from Chief Learning Officer Magazine for the development and successful execution of a high potential leadership development program.  Morgan has a Master’s in Instructional Systems Design and a Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Central Florida, and a certificate in Positive Psychology and Resilience from the University of Pennsylvania. Morgan is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council and holds multiple professional certifications in learning program facilitation, course design, human resources, lean/six sigma, leadership consulting, and coaching. 

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