PuMP’s Role Through Change – Registration
TOPIC: How to use PuMP to cope with massive change, instead of delaying measurement until the change eases.
I have teamed up with my PuMP Partners around the globe to bring you this webcast on four different dates so you can choose the option that best suits your time zone:
- AUSTRALIA & ASIA PACIFIC: this event concluded on 10 February 2022.
- THE AMERICAS: this event concluded on 16 February 2022.
- UK & EUROPE: this event concluded on 3 March 2022.
- AFRICA: this event concluded on 3 March 2022.
About this webcast:
The entire world is still going through some hefty changes in this COVID era. One of the initiatives that typically gets delayed through times of great change is performance measurement.
So, we invite you to join one of our upcoming live webcasts: PuMP’s Role Through Change.
When our organisations are going through massive changes, people, resources and time get exhausted and overwhelmed. It feels only natural to stop doing the things that aren’t urgent. And for many, better performance measurement isn’t seen as urgent. Even though it’s important, it gets delayed until the change settles down.
But it’s an oxymoron; we cannot cope well with change without three mechanisms that only come from better performance measurement.
In this webcast you’ll discover:
In this webcast with PuMP founder Stacey Barr and our PuMP Partners around the globe, find out why three of the mechanisms of PuMP’s approach to performance measurement are vital to make change easier to cope with and more likely to succeed. Join us and find out:
- What the PuMP approach to performance measurement is.
- The three mechanisms of PuMP that are vital to successfully navigating massive change.
- Five powerful questions you can take from PuMP to start taking more control over the changes in your organisation.
- Why you should learn the 8 steps of PuMP now, but only implement 3 of them to help with change.
When change is exhausting and overwhelming, that last thing we should do is delay the one thing that will bring the clarity and alignment we need to get through that change!
Meet your presenters:
Stacey Barr is a specialist in evidence-based leadership and organisational performance measurement.
Stacey is the founder of PuMP, and author of two books, Practical Performance Measurement and Prove It!.
Louise Watson’s consulting practice focuses on helping leaders achieve “dust-free strategies” – strategies that are regularly used because they are understood, owned, and evaluated by teams across an organization. Because of her belief in achieving strategy that is “dust-free”, Louise is committed to proper and practical performance measurement.
Louise offers public and private PuMP Blueprint Workshops, the Evidence-Based Leadership (EBL) Program, and PuMP consulting to support our customers in Canada and the US.
Paul Frith is a performance measurement & analytics specialist and co-founder of Rubica: Change & Analytics. Paul works closely with C-level and lead team members to identify how they can use measurement and insight to change and improve their organisational performance.
Paul offers public and in-house PuMP Blueprint Workshops, the Evidence-Based Leadership (EBL) Program, and PuMP consulting to support our customers in the UK & Europe.
Peter Ndaa is a strategy and performance management specialist best known for using approaches that make it simple and practical for organizations to design and implement their strategies. He is the founder and CEO of BSEA with over 15 years experience in financial and strategic management at the C-Suite and in consulting.
Peter offers public and private PuMP Blueprint Workshops and also PuMP consulting to support our customers in Africa.
How to register:
To join us for one of the live webcasts, and to get access to the replay afterwards, please register using one of the forms below.
Unless you are already a subscriber, you will also receive a free subscription to Measure Up. It’s a weekly email newsletter giving you free access to regular practical tips, case studies, online training and a copy of my first book, Practical Performance Measurement. Of course, you can unsubscribe anytime. But it’s more than worth trying it out!
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