Better Instructional Strategies


Roz Tsai



Tuesday, April 20, 2021


6:30-8:00 pm. CST

Location:  Online!

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Free - Pre registration not required

Program Overview

From implementing a new system to transforming an organization’s culture, change ranks high on most organizations’ priority list. Yet, real change seems elusive to many. In fact, experts estimate that some 70% of transformation efforts fail to deliver the promised outcomes. With so much strategic emphasis, leadership mindshare and often significant investment, why do many change initiatives fall short of expectations? One school of thought is that too often, change management teams place too much emphasis on raising awareness, and not nearly enough focus on creating the right conditions and behavioral routines that lead to sustainable change. Drawing insights from social, behavioral, and cognitive sciences on how individuals perceive change, form habits, and influence each other, this interactive session explores emerging best practices for leading effective and enduring change at scale. Join us to share your experience in this important space and leave with proven and practical ideas for how to make your change management efforts more effective and sustainable.

About our Presenter

Roz Tsai, Ph.D. is a seasoned global talent & learning executive with a wide-ranging career in talent management, leadership development, training, marketing, and product development in organizations such as Ecolab, Honeywell, Lawson Software (now Infor), and Northern States Power (now Xcel Energy). Her rich blend of experiences across multiple functions and industries informs her uniquely wholistic and collaborative change leadership approach. Currently, Roz serves as Vice President, Talent, Learning & Organizational Effectiveness at Thrivent, a Fortune 500 financial services firm based in Minneapolis. Roz teaches Global Talent Management courses as Adjunct Faculty for University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management. A passionate community volunteer, Roz also serves as board chair for Minnesota non-profit BestPrep.