Leading Change

Use your own experiences as case studies to develop techniques for introducing and implementing change with your direct reports or teams. NOTE: This class is intended for individuals who are responsible for leading a change in the workplace. If you have concerns about how you react to change, you may want to register for the class, Adapting to Change.

Do you face any of these issues?

  • Do you know how to involve others in the change process in order to increase their receptivity to change?
  • Can you conduct effective change discussions and minimize the potentially negative impact of change on morale and productivity?

Performance Objectives

  • Capture people’s attention, change their perspectives and make things happen.
  • Understand the importance of commitment to and ownership of change for themselves and others.
  • Effectively introduce, explore and overcome people's resistance to change.
  • Minimize the negative effects of not adapting to change on individuals, work groups and the organization.

Primary Audience:
First-time managers through senior-level managers
Secondary Audience:
Employees who are currently individual contributors who aspire to be managers
Course Length:
Four hours
Prerequisite:
Managing Effective Interactions is highly recommended as a prerequisite to this class to achieve an optimal learning experience.
Facilitator:
Certified Princeton Facilitator
Certificate:
Elective (E)