Celebrating Change Management Certification for Veterans
Happy Veterans Day! As a USAF retiree, I’m so excited to share that LaMarsh Global recently facilitated a custom Managed Change™ Agent Certification program designed specifically for veterans last month in San Antonio, Texas. It was amazing that both active military members and current military veterans attended the session and that all participants received full certification. Even better, LaMarsh Global has agreed to support and coach these new Change Agents as they continue to develop to make sure all of their new skills are put to work.
In our session, it was invaluable to work with the real changes participants brought to the session from both military and civilian organizations. We quickly discovered that, regardless of what the change was or what organization was attempting to make a change, common change management themes and challenges existed in all of our situations. With this, the group learned how the open framework of the Managed Change™ Model and Methodology can benefit changes of all shapes and sizes.
To celebrate Veterans Day, LaMarsh Global the Managed Change™ Academy will continue to offer those who have served the opportunity to attend Managed Change™ Agent Certification at a significantly reduced rate.
While the conclusion of the event signals the end of our year-long We Care About Veterans Campaign to help military members transitioning to the civilian workforce and help military veterans increase their marketability for employment, we remain committed to the cause. To celebrate Veterans Day, LaMarsh Global and the Managed Change™ Academy will continue to offer those who have served the opportunity to attend Managed Change™ Agent Certification at a significantly reduced rate. If you are active duty military or a military veteran interested in the valuable skills that come with change management certification, please contact us for more information.
As part of the 2015 We Care About Veterans Campaign, LaMarsh Global made a donation to the Pat Tillman Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports veterans pursue education through academic scholarships.