Leading Organizational Change Overview
Many change initiatives encounter failure or delay in achieving their goals.
A proficient leader, who has the practical skills and knowledge to guide their team through organizational change can foster adaptability, innovation, and resilience.
To remain relevant and up-to-date, individuals and groups must swiftly adapt and continuously acquire new knowledge. This course explores the dynamics of change and its causes. Understanding the impact of organizational change and identifying the reasons behind resistance can help leaders to anticipate and adjust their approach to the implementation of the change.
We further navigate the leader’s role in implementing organizational change, introducing Kotter’s 8-step model and other structured approaches for successful planning and change delivery.
When implementing organizational change, companies often emphasize the practical steps but not enough on effective communication. Without great communication, the change is destined to fail. In this course, we introduce a comprehensive model that will ensure the communication components of a change initiative are addressed.
Leading Organizational Change Learning Objectives
Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
- Identify why people resist change
- Understand the neuroscience in the context of change management
- Differentiate between change management and change leadership
- Explain how to lead change effectively
- Apply established change models
- Understand the importance of communication in implementing change
Who Should Take This Course?
This Leading Organizational Change course is ideal for investment professionals, management consultants, and financial analysts, as well as investor relations teams and senior managers at both private and public companies.