Leading Change in Your Organization

Description: 

Research by the Conference Board, a leading non-profit business membership organization and independent source of economic information, suggests that almost 80 percent of organizational change efforts fail. These failures are not the result of faulty strategy, new processes or procedures, organizational redesign, updated systems or new technology, as you might expect. The major reason attempts at organization change fail is ignoring the interpersonal dynamics of change.

In this one-day course you will be introduced to the fundamentals of change management in an organizational setting. Learn how to address the impact of change—on your team, on your organization and on you.

Who Should Enroll: 
  • Business owners and entrepreneurs
  • Directors
  • Functional heads in Communication, Finance, HR, IT and other business units
  • Supervisors and managers at all career levels
Learning Outcomes: 
  • Understand the human impact of organizational change
  • Increase your ability to build support for and adapt to change
  • Learn how to lead and speed the adoption and implementation of a change effort
  • Identify and develop the skills necessary to lead change more effectively
Prerequisites: 

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Continuing Education Hours: 
Project Management Institute 6.5 PDUs-Leadership
Continuing Education Units .65 CEUs
Society for Human Resource Management 6.5 PDCs-Business Acumen
Society for Human Resource Management 6.5 PDCs-Communication
Society for Human Resource Management 6.5 PDCs-Leadership and Navigation
Society for Human Resource Management 6.5 PDCs-Relationship Management
Applies Towards Certificates:
Discounts: 

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Additional Information: 

This course is not available for college credit.

If you enroll in this course, we would recommend not enrolling in Thriving in the Chaos of Change due to content overlap. Please feel free to reach out to the Program Coordinator with questions.