The Success MAP: A Model for Successfully Navigating Behavior Change
Have you ever wondered what a successful change in behavior looks like? When you truly see things for what they are, you can see them for what they can become.
Using the principle of "models" to create a shared understanding, the Success MAP leverages the way our minds work—through visual processing. It is a model that takes the abstract and makes it concrete. The Success MAP is a structured approach to behavior-design that can guide individuals, and even organizations, to successfully navigate the changes they are seeking.
Tory’s presentation supports the ATD Capability of Performance Improvement.
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Tory Hebdon is the founder of A Life Well Lived… Benefit Corporation. Having nearly died at age 34 and with a new perspective on life, Tory is on a mission to give to people the mindset, skill sets, and strategies they need to achieve a life well lived. Using the principle of models to create a shared understanding, he uses what he calls "Models for Living" to create transformational leadership and personal growth coaching services and teaching tools. His motto is "If you can see it for what it is, you can see it for what it can become!" With nearly 20 years of corporate experience, he is a Sr. Change Manger at Micron Technology, a certified Organizational Change Practitioner, and carries a speaker, coach, and trainer certification from The John Maxwell Team. Tory also serves as the National Youth Leadership Training Director for the Boy Scouts of America for western Idaho, and, most importantly, he is the husband to an amazing wife and father of four awesome kids. A Life Well Lived… Benefit Corporation is a leadership and personal development coaching business. The company is built upon the belief that every individual, organization, and company should have access to great leadership training and coaching. This is accomplished through a “flexible fee, but not free” pricing structure. All profits are reinvested into creating social benefit for the community.