LEADING and EMBRACING ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
Leading and Embracing Organizational Change In order for an organization to survive and thrive, change must occur. However, change is a VERBATIM FROM PARTICIPANT
disruptor and frequently viewed as a potential threat, creating an environment of resistance. As a leader, understanding and managing this resistance is key to successfully implementing new initiatives. Leading and Embracing Organizational Change teaches you how to replace ‘fear and opposition’ with ‘confidence and buy-in’ to avoid failure in change adoption.
“I appreciate the translation and practice of research and academic principles. Having the opportunity to apply the learning through case study, simulation, and class discussion has helped me think differently not only about furthering my ability to adapt to situational client needs but also consider the impact of change on the teams who are tasked with implementation.”
OUTCOMES • Communicate the need for change and the consequences of not changing at all • Identify the connections between change, leadership, and management • Use knowledge of the roles people play in successful adoption • Employ techniques and coping mechanisms to mitigate stress reactions • Tailor implementation to be successful • Apply change process models to your own initiatives
Mabel Miguel | Clinical Professor of Organizational Behavior and Director of the Global Business Center
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