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Change Management Strategies Enabling Disability Services to Thrive
Tuesday, October 26, 2021
1:00 pm EDT/ 12:00 noon CDT / 11:00 am MDT / 10:00 am PDT
NADSA Members:  $49
Non-members:  $149

Times of uncertainty about the future can inspire innovation for an organization. Disability services have faced many changes since the start of pandemic. Change is hard for any organization, but especially difficult during a public health crisis. How will your organization redefine “normal” in the future and prepare to address the unknown factors? Using the key elements of change management, this webinar will give service providers the tools to:

  • Begin planning for potential future scenarios
  • Manage expectations and resistance to change
  • Facilitate change with direct support staff
  • Engage clients, families, and other stakeholders in planning processes
  • Maximize opportunities for innovation

About the Presenter:  Bryan Neider joined AbilityPath after serving on the Board of Directors for sixteen years.  As a Board Member, Bryan served as the Board Treasurer and Finance Committee Chair and became a strong advocate for AbilityPath’s Employment Services.  Prior to joining AbilityPath Bryan was a Senior Vice President at Electronic Arts (EA).  Bryan spent over 25 years with EA, serving in multiple leadership roles including:  playing an important role in EA’s IPO, overseeing corporate finance and treasury functions, managing EA’s global business development efforts, CFO and COO for EA’s global software development organization and overseeing EA’s Global Operations team.  Bryan earned his BA Degree in History from Santa Clara University and his MBA from CSU, East Bay.  Bryan is also a Certified Public Accountant.  Bryan is an active volunteer at both of his alma maters and he is currently serving as board chair of Thrive – The Alliance of Nonprofits of San Mateo County.  He is also a board member or advisor to four technology start-ups.



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