BO210 Change Management: Planning and Implementation
As a change leader, one of your most powerful strengths is your ability to understand how individuals and systems react to "change." This understanding guides you toward developing and implementing strategies that help you manage the change process more efficiently and effectively.
- Core research-based change theories (Lewin, Beer, Nadler)
- Change-management skills and tools (APQC, Goodstein, Guy/Beaman)
- Consulting skills while working on real case studies from members of the class
How You Benefit
- Practice creating change-management plans that incorporate predictable human reactions to change
- Refine your understanding of how change happens and your role in facilitating it
Discounts may apply, please refer to the registration page for details.
Instructor: Sarah Stebbins
Sarah Stebbins, with over 20 years experience developing/delivering curriculum for workshops, seminars and university classes, has developed an enthusiastic following for her training programs and organizational consulting work. Her clients include Fortune 500 companies, the Federal Government, colleges/universities and large diverse non-profit organizations. Looking for a way to help her organizational clients improve their abilities in implementing change, Dr. Stebbins is a licensee of Prosci Change Management Methodology and is a Certified Fierce Conversation Facilitator. She is a member of the Springboard NW Fierce Learning Community. She is successfully using this communication strategy inside organizations to help them make the case for and implement change. A sought after speaker, she brings to her clients humor, vision, warmth, passion and a strong belief that what she has to offer can positively change organizations and……the world!
Applies towards the following Certificate:
Strategic Organizational Management