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Leading Change One-Day Course

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In this one-day executive course from Kelley, you’ll learn about what it takes to formulate and lead organizational change of any scope or size.

Start building momentum in your career. You’re ready to go to the next level in your career, and a short course from the Kelley School of Business Executive Education program will take you there. Interactive learning conducted by leading industry experts—all in one or two days.

Are you prepared to lead your team through the challenges of organizational change?

Like in life, the only constant in business is change. Shifts in market conditions, new competitors, product updates, mergers and restructurings, new managers—no matter where it comes from or why it’s happening, change is likely to affect every employee at every level of your organization when it arrives. The question is: are you prepared to lead them through it?

Whether your role requires you to initiate change or to simply manage it, the skill to do so in a timely and effective manner is crucial for any business that hopes to outlive the competition, and for any leader who aspires to succeed.

Skillfully lead your team through the trials of transformation.

In this one-day course, you’ll learn about what it takes to formulate and lead organizational change of any scope or size. You’ll use real case studies to understand the forces for and against change, and develop a framework of ideas useful in the execution of change initiatives.

You’ll walk away knowing how to predict the challenges that come along with organizational change, diagnose obstacles and resistance, and draw from a range of approaches for making expedient and sustainable transformation.

This course is interactive, and the goal is to help you apply course materials and concepts to your specific organization. We invite you to come prepared to discuss a change initiative drawn from your own current circumstances.

Learning outcomes: what you'll take back to the office

In this one-day course, you will:

  • Learn the science of persuasion and apply it to real-life organizational change scenarios
  • Practice making a persuasive case for organizational change with techniques that work
  • Discover how to diagnose and manage predictable resistance
  • Determine how to identify and engage change champions within your organization
  • Build an approach for identifying and influencing key stakeholders
  • Develop tactics for persevering through the unpredictable challenges that come with company-wide change
  • Generate a plan for transferring course concepts and lessons into your own organizational scenarios

Who should attend

This course is for entrepreneurs, supervisors, managers, small business leaders, or any other individual who’s been tasked with leading or contributing to organizational change necessitated by any number of factors, including shifting market conditions, evolving customers, new business technology, a transforming company culture, and more.


Timothy T. Baldwin is the Chair of the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship and the Randall L. Tobias Distinguished Chair of Leadership at the Kelley School of Business. In addition to his MBA, he holds a Ph.D. in organizational behavior from Michigan State University. His background inc...
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