BE601: Leading Sustainable Change: Culture

Certificate Track: Process Improvement

The only constant is change. Are we driving that change in an intentional way, or are we reactionary and pinballing from one challenge to another? In this course we take a whole systems view of organizational life and the concept of culture. Rather than aiming for an end-state, the focus is on creating the conditions for a culture of continuous improvement. Structured around a set of organizing principles, this course empowers participants to be more effective change agents, and help drive lasting workplace improvements.
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How You Benefit
Upon completion of this course, students will have gained the knowledge to:

  • Have greater self awareness of their personal leadership style and underlying assumptions driving their behavior.
  • Understand the concept of organizational culture and the levers to affect lasting change.
  • Develop strategies for interpersonal communication to enhance collaboration.
  • Develop a personal game plan for positively influencing workplace culture.

Cost: $399
Discounts may apply, please refer to the registration page for details.

Instructor: David Hall
David HallAs a university-level educator and organizational consultant, David Hall is an expert in adult learning and appreciates the opportunity to work with people towards creating better ways to live and work together. With a keen eye towards organizational culture and the factors that support and undermine collaboration, David brings expertise to the human dimensions of process improvement. He employs a whole systems approach to his teaching, facilitation, and consulting work, uniting theory and practice to engage and empower participants to affect change in their lives. David earned a PhD in Systems Science: Psychology and an MS in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. He still has a lot to learn.


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Courses can be taken individually or can be applied to a certificate within a three-year limit. Courses completed outside of the three-year limit will need to be retaken to qualify for certificate completion.