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About the course
Middle and senior managers who are experiencing rapid change within their organizations will find this program to be essential to their success. With survey responses from over 100,000 employees around the world, we'll examine what managers and leaders in the Best-of-the-Best organizations do to inspire their teams. We will explore why some people treat change as a catalyst to higher performance and why others fight it every step of the way. Once you identify the common responses to change and understand the role of personal empowerment in the change process, you can design an action plan guaranteed to help you and your team to welcome and embrace change.
Time Allocation - Topics
30% An examination of change
- Psychology of organizational change
- Assessment of personal change
- The transition curve of change
- How organizations/people adapt to change
- Assessing stakeholder resistance
10% The role of confidence in leading people 10% The power of vision 10% Building organizational trust 10% Communicating when change creates conflict 30% Strategies to effectively lead organizational change
Primary -- LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT: Adaptability, Confidence, Communication, Creativeness, Interpersonal Relations
Secondary -- EXECUTING/CONTROLLING/EVALUATING: Decision Making, Evaluation
Tertiary -- PLANNING/ORGANIZING: Analysis, Evaluating Alternative Solutions, Developing Specific Strategies and Plans, Obtaining Commitment
Trust the experts
Peter Barron Stark, President of Peter Barron Stark Companies, is co-author of The Competent Leader and Engaged! How Leaders Build Organizations Where Employees Love to Come to Work. Peter is one of only a handful of speakers to hold the prestigious dual designation of Accredited Speaker from Toa...