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Leading Change programme overview with Dan Cable | London Business School

Next dates

Jul 22—26
5 days
London, United Kingdom
GBP 8100 ≈USD 10560
GBP 1620 per day
Oct 28—Nov 1
5 days
London, United Kingdom
GBP 8100 ≈USD 10560
GBP 1620 per day

Description

Inspire buy-in through your network, and achieve change through positivity and inclusion.

Benefits for you

  • Apply learning to reality at every step through your Change Challenge – a real life situation chosen by you.
  • Receive bespoke coaching support during and after the programme.
  • Use experimentation, design thinking, serious play and storytelling to drive sustained change.
  • Explore your emotional response to uncertainty with a team discovery experience in the heart of London.
  • Examine your own network: people crossing borders, functions and hierarchies can support your Change Challenge.
  • Activate positive emotions to promote fearless change. Take a Point Positive ® assessment to uncover your signature strengths and learn how to bring the best out of people and build powerful connections.

Benefits for your organisation

  • Revolutionise the outlook of your organisation with Professor Dan Cable’s groundbreaking research on positive psychology and human potential.
  • Galvanise your people with excitement and curiosity.
  • Get immediate, practical solutions for executing successful change, tailored to your organisation.
  • Get a global perspective from a diverse class of senior professionals from broad-ranging industries.

What you learn

  • Positivity: Uncover your signature strengths, activate your best self and promote fearless change with positive emotions.
  • Ambiguity: Learn how to lead in uncertain times and explore your emotional response to uncertainty.
  • Network: Engage and manage your network, including the influencers, the brokers and the powerful resisters.
  • Purpose: Capture people’s hearts and minds: explore their emotions and learn how to instil a sense of purpose.
  • Communication: Develop the skills outside the classroom to craft a powerful narrative to fire up your organisation's personal purpose to change.
  • Growth mindset: Experience a design-thinking simulation to help you respond with rapid prototyping to your own Change Challenge.

How you learn

  • Your Change Challenge – a real-life situation, chosen by you – sees you applying your learning to your organisation right away. Leave with a 90-day action plan.
  • Start before you arrive with our pre-programme Point Positive ® assessment. Identify your strengths, weaknesses and network structure and hit the ground running.
  • Through simulations, draw on communication techniques from the world of music and theatre and learn to lead outside your comfort zone at an immersive experience in London.
  • Bespoke executive coaching, matched to you and your challenge, supports and guides you through this intense and transformative process.

Your learning experience

  • For powerful and immediate impact, your own Change Challenge means every aspect of your learning experience is grounded in your reality.
  • Like change, London never stops. Our central London location gives you the most diverse of experiences with senior peers from all over the world.
  • The very latest research on positive psychology and human potential – linked to real-life – forms the bedrock of your learning.
  • Leave with a true growth mindset that will enable you to learn from mistakes and resolutely progress towards any goal.

Who should attend

For senior executives who are responsible for inspiring, leading, designing and/or executing change.

Participants include:

  • Designers or leaders of change.
  • Directors of business units/functions.
  • Managers of business units/functions.
  • Project managers.
  • Human resources managers.

Experts

Dan Cable is Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School. Dan’s areas of teaching, research, and consulting include employee engagement, leading change, organizational culture and its effects on sustained competitive advantage, leadership development and mindset, gender in lea...
Dr Raina Brands studies gender bias in organisations through the lens of social networks. She examines how women's careers and reputations are helped and hindered by informal social networks of friendship and advice. Prior to joining London Business School she was on the faculty at Judge Business...

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