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Pushing for change in your non-profit

About Switch:

  • #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller
  • Translated into 24 languages
  • Led by Susan Heath Hays. Susan has 20+ years experience working with non-profit organizations. Currently, she consults with Head Start programs across the country with a focus on improving leadership and engaging families. Susan is a Switch Certified Trainer specializing in change efforts within school systems and non-profits.
  • “Any leader looking to create change in his organization need not look beyond this little book. It is packed with examples and hands-on tools that will get you moving right away. And it really is a fun read.”
    Business Week


  • Why some changes are excruciating and others are easy.
  • Why most organizational changes never generate the momentum they need.
  • How to break through the “decision paralysis” that can doom a change effort.
  • How to spot and clone the “bright spots” than can point the way forward.
  • Why knowledge is not enough to spark change—and what will spark it.
  • How tweaking the environment is minor ways can trigger big changes in behavior.
  • Whatever the major change challenge you need to tackle as a pre-adoptive or adoptive parent, a foster child advocate, foster parent, advocate of family reunification, adult adoptee, or a non-profit or church ministry that works in the orphan care/adoption worldyou will receive tools in this 3 1/2 hour workshop to spark and achieve breakthrough change.
  • Join us for this Together for Adoption Pre-Conference Switch Workshop, November 5, from 1:00-4:30pm at The Summit Church, Brier Creek Campus (2335 Presidential Dr., Durham, NC 27703). Register for just $35 per person.

    Note: You do not need to register for the November 5-7 Together for Adoption National Conference in order to register and attend this Pre-Conference Switch Workshop.

    Learn more about this pre-conference workshop.

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