Change is constant. It’s how you skillfully navigate the process that sets you apart. This course is designed for leaders, managers, and change agents who seek to understand the effects of change on both individuals and organizations. You will learn how to create buy-in and direct major strategic shifts.
INSPIRE A NEW DIRECTION
Course LengthAugust 6-7, 2019 at Goizueta Business School
Typical Class SizeFor leaders, managers, and change agents
Course InvestmentBreakfast and lunch included
HOW IT WORKS
Over the course of two days, you’ll explore methods for identifying opportunities for change, change models and frameworks. You’ll look at how the change process works, including methods designed to help you anticipate both acceptance and resistance to change and how best to manage expectations. This course applies to the C-Suite Certificate with a concentration in Change Management and Qualifies as an elective for the C-Suite, Leadership, and Advanced Certificates.
Examine Change ManagementBuild practical frameworks for managing change by understanding and practicing tactics for influencing change in your organization.
Reduce Change FatigueUnderstand the change process in the context of your organization’s culture so you can predict areas of resistance and develop strategies to reduce uncertainty and change fatigue.
Achieve Buy-inUtilize change management frameworks to organize initiatives and gain broad-based support.
CHANGE WITH CONFIDENCE
Explore change models and frameworks to help uncover opportunities for positive change in your organization and strengthen your skills in overcoming the natural resistance to change. Learn how to build buy-in and raise morale, increase productivity, and lead the change process.
STEP UP YOUR SKILLS
Tackling Change Management
Karl Kuhnert knows how to effectively grow executive talent. Professor of the Practice of Organizational & Management, he focuses his research on how leaders cognitively, inter-personally, and emotionally develop over the life course. His work includes using artificial intelligence to scale expert decision making. Karl has published over 80 peer-reviewed articles, 13 book chapters and made over 100 conference presentations and served on numerous editorial and review panels. He teaches leadership, organizational change, and professional ethics.