DC SHRM Young Professionals Virtual Event
Lead With Failure
Presented by Fredrick Martin, Sr Director of Change Management, University of Virginia
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., ET
This webinar is approved for 1 hour of SHRM and HRCI general recertification credit.
Failure only exists when we make a decision to stop trying to improve. Have you ever thought of starting a conversation talking about your failures? Engage with Fredrick Martin, Change | Disruption | Design expert in a talk designed to help you become comfortable with seeing your failures as a value add. Understand your current relationship with failure and strengthen your ability to unpack and share your failure stories; and explore how to apply these skills in any setting.
Learn how sharing your failures in a trusting and authentic way can bring value to those around you. In addition, our interactive Jam Session with Fredrick creates an opportunity for you to hear how failure can help drive change on a personal and professional level.
By the end of this session, you’ll be prepared to:
- Evaluate your personal relationship with failure.
- Apply methodology for crafting your failure story.
- Understand the value proposition in sharing failures.
- Identify ways to create the space for change using failures.
Our interactive Jam Session with Fredrick creates an opportunity for you to hear how failure can help drive change on a personal and professional level.
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*$25.00 for Non-members
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Fredrick J Martin MBA, MCA
With a proven track record of 15+ years for delivering business and culture transformation in large complex and highly matrixed organizations. Fredrick, previously served as the Master Change Agent for Ascension Health, the largest non-profit faith-based healthcare system in the United States which included 2600+ sites of care including 151 hospitals and more than 130,000 employees nationwide; where he developed and executed change management strategies in support of local and national initiatives.
In addition to The Spill Teem, Fredrick shares his time as the Sr. Director for Change Management at the University of Virginia and is responsible for the design and implementation of change management strategies within the Academic Division and Health System, with a special focus on the era of disruption.