Onward and Upward: Helping Clients Through Difficult Change, Thursday, 6-27-19 (Live Webinar)

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Onward and Upward: Helping Clients Through Difficult Change

This webinar is live, real-time and interactive, granting the same credit as in-person attendance for New York participants (2 CE Contact Hours), and Category 1 CEUs for Maryland Participants (2 Category I CEU’s). 

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Presenter: Daniel Baitch, M.S.W., Ph.D.

Thursday, June 27, 2019

8:00PM – 10:00PM EST

Live Webinar



Join change navigator Daniel Baitch, M.S.W., Ph.D. as he helps practitioners understand why change efforts stall, the importance of recognizing signs of procrastination and avoidance, and tools to help clients get “unstuck” and focus on new ways to harness crises as change drivers


Daniel Baitch, MSW, PhD, is a change consultant who uses applied research, including surveys, focus groups, interviews, benchmarking and metrics, to help organizations align their workforces with strategic priorities. His work helps teams energize employee engagement, improve team performance, and retain the right employees.
Dan began his professional career as a clinical social worker, working with individuals and families in crisis. Through this work, he developed an appreciation for the profound effect of management practices on employees and their families.
With that foundation, Dan decided to devote his career to helping companies create great work environments and instill management practices that bring the best out of people, while helping them feel productive, appreciated, engaged, involved, challenged, and valued. He continued his graduate education in a doctoral program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. During that time, he worked at IBM and AT&T, as part of employee assessment and selection research teams. He also conducted his dissertation on persistence in emergency medical service training at the New York City EMS Academy.
Dan spent seven years as a research manager with Learning International, a training firm, where he conducted research on sales, service, and leadership competencies. He conducted training needs assessments and program evaluations focused on customizing and continually improving training programs, and he co-authored white papers and a book that enhanced the company’s reputation for sales and service leadership.
After several years as a consultant with Development Dimensions International and Towers Perrin, Dan spent the 15 years with JPMorgan Chase and Prudential, managing enterprise-wide employee feedback and assessment programs. These programs helped work teams improve everything from work arrangements and inclusion to work processes.
Over the years, Dan has held board positions in professional organizations that share innovative thinking and leading-edge practices. He is currently on the Board of NY HR People & Strategy (NYHRPS). He is fanatical about continually seeking better solutions and helping work teams perform more effectively.


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