Managing Change: Danger or Opportunity?

  • August 18, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom

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Managing Change: Danger or Opportunity?

People have a penchant for controlling events as a way to feel in control of their lives. As the world around us continues to rapidly accelerate, the number of changes we experience on a daily basis creates a conflict with our basic desire to feel in control. One of the consequences of this conflict is we experience anxiety. Our challenge is to manage this anxiety by maintaining an adequate balance between the amount of change we experience and our perceived control over it.

The above situation generally describes our day-to-day experience. The past year has pushed many of us to deal with a higher volume of significant change, creating even more uncertainty and anxiety.

During our hour together, we will explore:

  • The nature of change and our responses to it
  • Strategies for managing change
  • Tactics to assist with our organization’s successful adaptation to major change

Come join us for a highly interactive session with “takeaways” you will be able to use immediately.



Ken Everingham, president of KFE Consulting (Santa Fe, NM), provides training and organizational development services in the areas of management/leadership, team effectiveness, performance, creativity and innovation, process improvement, Myers-Briggs, and strategic planning. He has more than 30 years experience in training, organizational development, and human resources.

After completing a Master’s degree in Counseling from George Mason University in Virginia, Ken began his career as a counselor and instructor at Northland Pioneer College in Holbrook, Arizona. Returning to the Washington DC area, he counseled students at American University and George Washington University on their career decisions and job search strategies.

Earning a second Master’s degree in Human Resource Development lead Ken into the training, OD, and human resources field, where he worked in the financial, telecommunication, defense, and consulting industries. Moving to Tucson, AZ Ken worked in a variety of training and organizational development capacities in the judicial, medical, defense, and higher education fields.

Ken moved to Santa Fe in 2017.  He has been a member of the current Board of Directors of the ATDNM Chapter for two years, serving as VP of Finance/Operations and co-VP of Membership. He also served 2½ years as a Board of Directors member of the Greater Tucson Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), including the position of president.

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