Leading Organizational Change

A Computer Simulation

Change is inevitable. Disruption is certain. Is your team prepared? This new one-day course in Leading Organizational Change will bring to the surface unproductive leadership habits - and teach and reinforce better ones.

Whether it is integrating a new division or a shift in business priorities, those companies that manage change and buy-in well are resilient and gain or retain an competitive advantage.

This executive level workshop will give participants the confidence and competence to face disruption head-on with an immediate skill set to ensure their organization will thrive and endure.

Seats are limited to the first 30 applicants. A wait list will be available. This class is offered twice a year, and those on the wait list would have priority seating for the next iteration.

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  • Dates

    4/1/2020 8:30:00 AM - 4/1/2020 4:30:00 PM

  • Format

    One day session from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Location

    James M. Collins Executive Education Center

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  • Price

    $1,495; Group discounts available when multiple attendees from the same organization register together. Register 30 days before the program starts for a $200 early registration discount.

    Upon successful completion of the program, participants receive a certificate.

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  • Topics

    Manage expectations and reality

    This helps employees set appropriate expectations for dealing with the challenges of change. Rather than ignoring the effects of change, provide employees with the tools and skills to be successful, then hold them accountable for using them.

    Celebrate inconspicuous success

    During times of change, productivity drops are unavoidable. Manage the depth and duration of these drops by helping employees create and celebrate short-term successes which will lead to long-term organizational success.

    Communicate, communicate, communicate

    A proper amount of communication is needed in order [something]. The correct amount of information and frequency and communication of the messages help ease the period where employees need for information is the greatest and management's ability to provide the information is the weakest.

    Take more personal responsibility for results

    Focus your energy on the things within your control and produce tangible results, rather than react poorly, place blame, point fingers and make excuses in the name of the boss, bureaucracy or other factors over which there is little or no immediate control.

    You'll also learn:

    • The 7-Step model for leading large-scale change
    • The tools and skills needed to deal with the resistance of change
    • Strategies to successfully implement and drive buy-in to ongoing organizational change
    • How to apply change leadership strategies to current projects
  • Who Should Attend?

    • Senior Managers
    • Executives
    • Managers that are tasked with implementing changes

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