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THE SYNTAX FOR CHANGE COMMUNITY

In today’s global economy, the signs are becoming acutely self-evident.  Organizations that understand human behavior, communicate effectively and navigate change successfully will significantly outperform competitors clinging to yesterday’s thinking and methodologies.  That is why, whether you are in HR/OD or work as consultant or coach, there is no better time to join the Syntax for Change Community.

WHO ARE WE?

When Syntax for Change was founded in the 1980’s, we wanted to bring structure to the flow of communication, especially in the rapidly changing world of technology. Now it’s clear that communication is one important aspect of the larger skill set of mastering change. By understanding the structure of how we think and act, we can move through change with significantly more grace, inclusion, and bottom-line results. Our mission is to bring together and equip organizational change agents, such as you, with the latest insight, resources and tools that you need to produce positive change within your corporate culture or for your clients. Towards this end, the Syntax for Change Community is an interactive and information-rich community of peers, experts, researchers and professionals on the leading edge of this evolving field.

Yes! Include me in the Syntax for Change Community, with continued access to the Cultivating Change Library (we will only use your email address to communicate messages about community resources).

 

WHY SHOULD I BECOME A MEMBER?

Searching for knowledge that you can apply immediately to your situation?  Want time-saving tools and resources that provide an effective distillation of the best of what is out there?  Looking for your peers?   Then the Syntax for Change Community is for you. Immediate benefits of membership in the Syntax for Change Community include

  • Members-only access to a library of current and future online seminars hosted by Syntax for Change including its May 2014 telesummit, Cultivating Change.This remarkable web conference features thirteen experts including Robert Dilts (leading developer of  Neuro-Linguistic Programming), Kim Barnes (Barnes & Conti Associates),   and Bob Dunham (Institute for Generative Leadership).
  • Read the course descriptions here: Cultivating Change: Master Class for Change Agents in the Workplace

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  • Two free chapters of SMART WORK: The Syntax Guide to Influence     Called the “bible” for highly effective communication, Smart Work is a must read for anyone seeking to communicate successfully.

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  • Subscription to the Syntax for Change Messenger, an occasional short, relevant, and informative newsletter with messages about change that are useful for you and for your clients.
  • Members-only rates for future Syntax for Change programs and resources
  • Ongoing interaction at our Facebook Page. Come on over and say hello!

Yes! Include me in the Syntax for Change Community, with continued access to the Cultivating Change Library (we will only use your email address to communicate messages about community resources).