The Association of Change Management Professionals 

Advocating for the Discipline of Change Management from the the the Coast

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Featured Events

ACMP Carolinas is here for you during this time.  Together we can use these opportunities to keep our change management skills fresh, sharp, and have a little fun too!  

In our current environment, staying connected – for informational and emotional  reasons – is more important than ever. We hope to provide a useful distraction and an opportunity for you to focus on yourself and your career! 

Our Change from Home (CFH) series will be a curated series of webinars you can join to keep your brain engaged. There is no cost for any of these events. You can register for these events by clicking on the event link.


Looking for an event recording? ACMP members can access recordings on the Member Resources page (log in required)

ACMP Carolinas Virtual Book Club

Our virtual book club enables change management professionals across the Carolinas to connect, interact, and learn together. We'll be focused on books about change management, organizational development, and related methodologies and skill sets.  

CCMP Boot Camp Members Offer

ACMP Carolinas members can receive a substantial discount on ChangeFit 360 Change Management Boot Camp.

ACMP members can click below to learn more

Upcoming events

    • October 06, 2020
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual

    ACMP Virtual Book Club

    Our third book  Drive: The Surprising Turth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H. Pink.

    Register at to participate:

    • Date: October 6, 2020 – SUBJECT TO CHANGE
    • Time: 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. – SUBJECT TO CHANGE
    • Place: WebEx video conferencing – link to be provided later

    All those who register at the link above will be notified of date or time changes and will be provided the WebEx link closer to the event. 

    Need More Info?

    Contact Cassandra at or 319-361-7686.

    • October 21, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual

    Do you want to learn design approaches to ignite adoption, catalyze change outcomes, and realize business benefits?  Then you should attend the webinar "How to Apply Design Thinking to Your Change Management Process" 

    In this webinar, we’ll go beyond an introduction of Design Thinking and focus on how and where Design Thinking tools and techniques can be applied to enhance the change management process.  You’ll also learn where to leverage Design Thinking techniques to solve change challenges in creative and innovative ways that generate valuable outcome-focused results.

    DATE:  Wednesday October 21, 2020

    TIME: 12:00-1:00 eastern 


    Stacy Moore, founder of Organizational Change in Action, a professional development firm dedicated to providing targeted resources that enable internal change practitioners to deepen, refine, and more effectively apply their change management knowledge and skills. 

    Stacy has sixteen years of experience leading complex change projects. Stacy has led organizational change management, project management, and learning & development teams.  She has extensive experience helping organizational change practitioners build their internal brands, position themselves and their expertise more strategically, and to improve the effectiveness of their change efforts. 

    Stacy earned a Masters in Organization Development and Change from Pennsylvania State University, holds a number of professional designations including, Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Change Management Professional (CCMP®), Prosci Change Management and Prosci Advanced Change Management (ADKAR®), Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I), and Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB).   

ACMP Global Webinars

ACMP Members have access to the ACMP Global webinar series. These monthly members-only webinars feature high profile change experts on current best practices and trends in Change Management.    

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