Who should attend
Senior management and change initiative leaders from public, private, and NFP sectors
About the course
Apply tested strategies to thrive amid disruption.
Set the right direction.
The world’s most successful companies innovate, adapt and change. The ability to drive and lead effectively is a key differentiator of successful leaders.
In Rotman's Leading Change program, we give you strategies to optimize design, culture and behavior in your organizations. In three days you’ll learn how to
- set a vision
- rally teams and
- achieve and sustain your vision
Lead your team through the age of disruption with grace and confidence with Leading Change.
Inspire effective action.
During this program you will use Rotman's Opposing Forces framework to develop a unique change model for accelerating the process in your own organization.
You will also develop your ability to energize teams by examining your implicit beliefs about change.
We’re here to help.
Rotman’s Leading Change program will provide you with new strategies and valuable connections to a network of peers from varying backgrounds and organizations. Time is the most constrained resource in today's organizations, so Rotman has created this highly compressed learning program to integrate with personal and professional schedules, ensuring a comfortable and productive experience.
- Opposing Forces
- Discovering Direction
- Designing for Change
- Behavioural Adaptation
- The Role of the Change Leader
- Cultural Fluency
- Scoping Change
By the end of the three days you will be able to:
- diagnose sources of resistance and how to overcome them
- apply new tools to implement change
- build and apply behavioural, design, and culture tools
Ann Armstrong serves as the Social Enterprise Initiative Director; she is responsible for engaging students in the social economy, developing curriculum, and doing research. Ann teaches in the MBA, B.Comm and EDP programs. In 2009, she co-authored a text on Canada''s social economy with Jack Quar...
Nouman Ashraf is an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream within the Organizational Behavior area as well as the Director of Diversity and Inclusion initiatives at the Rotman School of Management. He possesses a broad range of professional, academic and teaching interests, with a specialized focu...
Geoffrey Leonardelli is a Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management, with a cross-appointment to the Department of Psychology. His research discoveries focuses on intergroup relations, self and identity, diversity...
John Oesch is an Associate Professor, Teaching Stream at Rotman, teaching in the MBA, EMBA, OMNIUM, and Rotman Commerce programs. His teaching interests are in the areas of decision making, negotiation and change leadership. He has research interests in the areas of decision making, managerial ne...
Dr. Angèle Beausoleil is a 'pracademic' who teaches design methodologies for business innovation and leads field (action) research inside organizations on innovation process design, navigation and management. A former communications designer, senior strategist and innovation lab executive, she ap...
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