IMA Lincoln Trail Regional Council will be presenting IMA®’s Leadership Academy Workshop: Leading Change!
How do you keep up with the startling rate of change in our world, much less lead a team through change? This course will help you develop an approach to doing just that. We delve into Kotter’s 8-step change model and look closely at organizational change management, creating a business plan for change, creating and communicating a vision for change, developing the resources and support needed for change, strategies for leading people through change, and incorporating change into the organizational culture. Change is a critical modern business requirement. Are you ready to lead change?
Upon completion of the course, you should be able to:
- Define organizational change management.
- Create a business plan for change.
- Identify steps to create and communicate a vision.
- Describe how to develop the resources and support necessary for change to occur.
- List strategies for leading people through the process of change.
- Outline ways to build upon successful change and incorporate it into the organization’s core culture.
Presenters: Lisa Book & Brad Hamilton
Lisa Book, MBA, CMA, CFM, CSCA is a Lecturer in Accounting at Indiana University Southeast, where she also earned her B.S. degree in Accounting and her M.B.A. Lisa is inspired to continuously adapt her classroom approach to today’s student and was recently honored with 2018 Innovation in Business Education Award by MidAmerican Business Deans Association (MABDA) for “A Business Approach to Improving Outcomes in Introductory Accounting 201 Courses.”
Prior to joining the faculty at IU Southeast, Lisa had a 15-year career in corporate accounting that included serving as Cost Accounting Manager for leading fireproof file cabinet and safe manufacturer FireKing Security Group, as well as team leader for numerous continuous improvement initiatives. She also previously worked for Kimball International and not-for-profit Goodwill Industries.
Lisa currently serves on the Global Board of Directors of Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) as a member of the Volunteer Leadership Committee (VLC) and will become Chair of VLC for 2020-2021. She is also a member of IMA's Leadership Academy Faculty, in addition to serving on IMA's CMA Exam Review Committee. She is a past president of IMA’s Louisville Chapter and Lincoln Trail Council. Lisa co-authored article, “High-Impact Mentoring,” in August 2017 issue of Strategic Finance, and delivered the IMA Leadership Academy webinar, “Mentoring-The IMA Way,” in 2019 and 2020.
Brad Hamilton, CMA, CPA has been a member of IMA since the early 1990’s. He is a CPA and CMA, and has spent 37 years working as an accountant in industry, the past 31 as a controller at various businesses.
Brad currently serves as a member of the IMA Global Board Technology Solutions & Practices Committee. His past roles in IMA include:
- 2 Terms as Board President in the Memphis, Tennessee Chapter
- 2 Terms as Board President in the South Central Indiana Chapter
- 2012-13 Lincoln Trail Regional Council IMA President
- 2018-20 Lincoln Trail Regional Council board member
- Numerous roles on the boards of both Chapters he has served in
Brad holds an undergraduate degree in Accountancy from the University of Illinois, and an MBA from the University of Toledo. Mr. Hamilton currently serves as a Controller for the Corporate IT group at Cummins Inc. in Columbus, Indiana.
Moderator: Amy Renner, IMA Community Relations Team
Amy Renner is a Community Relations Manager at IMA Global supporting chapters and councils in the Mid-America Region. This includes the IMA Lincoln Trail Regional Council, and the chapters in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
CPE Credit: 1.5 NASBA CPE credits
Delivery Method: Group-Internet
Field of Study: Personal Development
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: Professional experience of 3-5 years
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