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Leading Others Through Change
August 11 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
We have all experienced shifts in the workplace, especially now as the world continues to change each day. This program is designed to give participants the tools and techniques to lead our organizations through times of change and crisis more effectively. As a result, participants will leave with a clearer understanding of what happens to people when an organizational change initiative (both expected and unexpected) occurs, and will feel more prepared to address the myriad challenges that come your way.
• Understand why change initiatives fail and how to ensure their success
• Implement a framework to actively lead change efforts
• Begin to plan for the success of future change through close evaluation of the current initiative
• Continue to plan for the success of future change through close evaluation of the current initiative
• Identify, acknowledge, and manage resistance to ensure an efficient transition
Please note: this is a hybrid program and will be held both in person at CommonPoint Nonprofit Center in Livermore AND online on Zoom. The in-person event begins at 10 am for networking and coffee-time prior to the 10:30 am program start. The online program begins at 10:30 am. Registration information and online links will be provided when registration is completed.
Arthur Barinque is a dynamic and passionate leader who uses his communication skills to bridge connections with goals of healing, access, giving back, and providing opportunities. Arthur’s first step on his nonprofit journey began in 2009, a collaborative youth-focused project involving local city and nonprofit organizations. Since then, Arthur has been involved in almost every aspect of the nonprofit industry from fundraising, marketing, and communications to volunteer coordination, food service and everywhere in between. Arthur has over a decade of experience producing and being involved in impactful youth-focused arts and culture projects from concept to completion. These programs and events connect generations and cultures which build strong foundations of community. Arthur has knowledge and hands-on experience in planning and executing diverse high profile collaborative events and programs which serve the greater San Francisco Bay Area at a grass roots community level.
Arthur has been involved in numerous programs, including; City of Livermore Urban Art Mural Program; Pathway to Picasso; AS1 Breakdancing Competition Series; Mighty4 Day; BOOST Collaborative Conference; and Arts in Schools. Arthur provides mentorship, opportunities, platforms, and guidance for youth in middle school through college. Arthur has also served on the Alameda County Arts Commission and Livermore Arts Commission. Additionally, Arthur has sat on the board of the Mighty4 Arts Foundation and currently sits with the Livermore Filipino American Organization.