If you want to lead an agile organization that consistently achieves impact, then you need people who are ready, willing, and able to execute on new ideas. Best-practice models, frameworks, and tools help you know “what to do."
Where does this program fit in? The Psychology of Change focuses on organizational awareness.
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Self awareness and development
Optimism, resilience, and overcoming obstacles
Commitment to excellence
Organizing and planning
Problem solving and decision making
Relationship building, versatility, and influence
Growing through conflict
Coaching and development
Hiring and staffing
Engagement and followership
Vision and strategic direction setting
Lead and manage change.
We’ve discovered that effective leaders of change know two important things—what to do, and how to be. The Psychology of Change equips you to do both effectively by providing insight into your mindset when leading and managing change.
Compare three change mindsets: Discover your personal position on this continuum of change style preferences—and how it impacts your ability to lead change.
Understand the context for change by defining forces for and against change in your organization and generating specific solutions to manage them.
Identify and share key drivers of employee engagement critical to creating an organizational culture supportive of new ideas and diverse approaches.
Audience: Mid- to senior-level leaders with responsibility for leading changes in the department, business unit, or organization