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Leading Change

Quick Look

Course Format:

In-Person

Start Date:

April
19,
2021

Course Length:

Less than 1 Week

Application Deadline:

No Deadline

Enrollment Fee:

950 USD

Location:

Online

Quick Look

Course Format:

In-Person

Start Date:

April
19,
2021

Application Deadline:

Asynchronous

Enrollment Fee:

950 USD

Location:

Online

Course Description

Leading Change introduces leaders to organizational change frameworks, tactics, best practices, and proven interventions to deal with change. The program focuses on the application of theory, including adapting the concepts of co-creation to all aspects of change management in an organizational setting.

Program Benefits

The session provides you with practical examples of change interventions, with an emphasis on gaining stakeholder buy-in. Most importantly, it helps you design ways to increase the number of employees who support and embrace change.

Program Inclusion

In-person program includes program materials, snacks, meals, and parking. Online program includes program materials.

Who Should Attend

N/A

Application Requirements

1618790400

Instructor:

Donald P. Addison II

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

University of Georgia

Course Description

Leading Change introduces leaders to organizational change frameworks, tactics, best practices, and proven interventions to deal with change. The program focuses on the application of theory, including adapting the concepts of co-creation to all aspects of change management in an organizational setting.

Program Benefits

The session provides you with practical examples of change interventions, with an emphasis on gaining stakeholder buy-in. Most importantly, it helps you design ways to increase the number of employees who support and embrace change.

Program Inclusion

In-person program includes program materials, snacks, meals, and parking. Online program includes program materials.

Who Should Attend

N/A

Application Requirements

Not Provided

Instructor:

Donald P. Addison II

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

University of Georgia