Strong leaders maintain stability during periods of transition, and the best way to manage it is to be prepared. Our short course, Leading Organizational Change, introduces an entirely new system of thought for approaching change.
Collaborate with peers in hands-on exercises and learn how to apply four simple frameworks of thought to real-world scenarios. Our immersive approach will help you increase your flexibility to adapt to new processes and develop strategies for successfully navigating organizational restructuring. This course is essential for professionals in organizations currently undergoing structural change or planning for it in the future.
Individuals who participate in teams of any size as well as leaders who want to change their organizations. This unique experiential learning opportunity teaches participants how to leverage diversity in experience, expertise, and work styles to increase the chances of success of your change initiative.
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Lecture/Discussion (Live class) Organizational Change and You: An Introduction
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Lecture/Discussion (Live class) Schools, Approaches and Models of Organizational Change
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Individual Work - Lunch
2:15 PM – 3:45 PM
Lecture/Discussion (Live class) Trying to Change the Culture during Change Work
4:00 PM – 4:45 PM
Lecture/Discussion (Live class) Change-makers Skills set for Organizational Change
Lecture/Discussion (Live class) The Expertise of Leading Organizational Change
Lecture/Discussion (Live class) Trying to Change the Culture During Work
Lecture/Discussion (Live class) The Political Work of Changing Organization
Lecture/Discussion (Live class) Building Consensus: Relationships and Change Narratives
2:15 PM – 4:00 PM
Lecture/Discussion (Live class) All Together: Organizational Change Work with the Change Canvas
*Please note that break times will be incorporated in the morning and afternoon sessions. Instructor may adjust to accommodate for lecture and discussion flow
Live Zoom sessions and all course participants are expected to be present