A manager that leads change does so through creativity, innovation, external awareness, flexibility, resilience, strategic thinking and vision. What if you can’t find that person, that champion for change? Then you must create one. This session will discuss how you go about developing a person to become a manager who can be a champion for change.
Mr. Rizwan Shah, Organizational Culture Advisor at the De
partment of Energy, advises senior officials and their organizations to improve organizational culture and performance reliability. He works closely with the Office of Human Capital, the National Training Center, and other resource teams to develop and deliver a variety of education and training materials to DOE leaders and personnel.
Mr. Shah brings a depth of experience built over a 23-year career with the Federal government. Working across 13 countries, he initiated leadership development programs to enhance organizational culture, review safety management procedures, and encourage continuous improvement. His areas of expertise include:
- Organizational Culture
- Organizational Development
- Organizational Change
- Human Resources
- Safety Programs
- Partnership Management
- Leader Development
- Resilience Engineering
- Training & Development
He has earned a Masters in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University and a Bachelors of Science in Technical Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a minor in Aviation Safety.
About the Venue:
The building locks sometime after 6 p.m., so if you are not able to get in, call or text Claudia at 703.217.3517.
Closest Metro Stop: Tysons Corner (Silver Line): You can walk through Tysons Corner mall to Route 7, cross the street, and walk to 1921 Gallows Rd (which is actually on Boone Blvd). Probably about a half-mile walk.
In addition, there’s a shuttle bus that leaves the McLean Metro at approximately 5:30 and 6:00 p.m. and arrives at Tysons International Plaza (1921 Gallows Rd) about 20 minutes later. We can coordinate rides back to the Metro after the meeting.
Light snacks and beverages will be provided.
Special thanks to our Community of Practice sponsor, C² Technologies, Inc. C² Technologies, Inc. is a nationally recognized leader in performance improvement, dedicated to improving the effectiveness of productivity-driven organizations. We provide training, strategic human capital management, mission-critical support services, and information technology solutions to meet the specific needs of our civilian, defense, and private-industry clients. C²'s solutions are as diverse as our clients, giving us an opportunity to incorporate best practices from each industry into our services.