Guiding People and Processes

These courses will help you and your organization:

  1. Include people in change
  2. Approach change strategically
  3. Manage the risks that threaten sustainable change

[su_dropcap]T[/su_dropcap]he cliché is, “The only constant is change.” In the context of today’s workplace, the adage is true. During the course of a single workday, we navigate changes to the organization, leadership strategy, processes, software and more. Additionally, we must deal with the problems resulting from changes that were poorly executed in the past.

Organizations spend considerable resources deciding what to change, and then throw their time and money away when they fail to implement in a manner that cultivates buy-in and ensures the change will stick. Often mid-level managers find themselves responsible for implementing changes they are as surprised about as their own team and department members.

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Although the courses in this certificate align with accepted change theory, they also provide practical skills and tools middle managers need to gracefully and efficiently plan, implement, and sustain change. Our focus is to refine strategic thinking and communication skills critical to leading others through change and successfully out the other side. Whether you hold an official leadership title or lead without formal authority, these courses will help you determine who to involve, when to involve them, and how to engage them in the change process.

Course Catalog for Change Management