2012 MobileGov Training Conference

A team from Stegmeier Consulting Group will be leading a workshop at the upcoming MobileGov Training Conference:

Strengthening The Case For Workforce Mobility: Maximize Cost Reduction, Improve Productivity, Mitigate Risk, And Address Conflicting Objectives

Despite the documented benefits of workforce mobility, some agencies still resist. Join recognized thought leaders in workplace change management as they explore strategies that organizations are employing to strengthen the business case for mobility and share proven techniques to overcome resistance to change at various levels within your agency.

Participate in this hands-on workshop activities to focus on overcoming your most challenging barriers to success and winning support from skeptical management leaders. Leave with best practices and actionable steps you can apply to your own mobility program, including:

  • Mitigating risk through an understanding of 15 factors impacting the mobile workforce
  • An understanding of how diverse stakeholders and generational groups perceive mobile work
  • Address conflicting objectives in the business case for mobility
  • Ensuring your mobility strategy maximizes both cost reduction and productivity improvement
  • Tips on recognizing and circumventing “silent sabotage” and other common pitfalls

WORKSHOP LEADERS: Diane Stegmeier is President and Founder of Stegmeier Consulting Group, a globally-recognized leader in workplace change management that has been engaged by diverse clients to significantly reduce workplace costs while improving workforce productivity. Stegmeier is best known for her extensive research on resistance to workplace change and her discovery of the 15 Critical Influences™ impacting behavior in the workplace. Those research findings were compiled in her book, Innovations in Office Design: The Critical Influence Approach to Effective Work Environments, which was ranked the #1 Workplace Strategy Book by Amazon readers.

Sandy Crocker Hosfeld is a Senior Consultant in Change Management with Stegmeier Consulting Group. She has conducted extensive research on diversity and the multi-generational workforce, and is a recognized speaker, workshop leader, and facilitator on the topics. She is an international speaker, workshop leader, facilitator, and presenter. She has 26 years of experience in the office and workspace solution industry and 16 years of teaching experience.

Matthew Stegmeier is a Consultant in Change Management with Stegmeier Consulting Group and has been instrumental in applying the firm’s best practices and proprietary Critical Influence methodology to clients’ mobility, flex work, shared-space environments, and other alternative workplace strategies. Matthew Stegmeier is the co-author of the forthcoming book, CAVE People in the Workplace: Managing Citizens Against Virtually Everything.

Mention “Stegmeier Consulting Group” when you register, and save $400.  More savings for early bird registration, until April 26: http://aliconferences.com/conf/mobile_gov0612/index.htm

If you’re going to the conference, we’d love to meet up with you.  Head over to our contact page, and set up an appointment to discuss your organization’s mobility and telework needs.