Leading Change Workshop
Become a change leader in your organization.
Program: Leading Change Workshop
Date: Thursday, August 2, 2018
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm, lunch included
Location: Jackson Student Center, Graduate School of Management
Cost: $350 per participant.
Register and pay by July 10 to qualify for the early bird discount of $25.
Today, more than ever, change is a constant. Advances in technology, evolving business practices, and intense competition at the local, national and global levels mean that no organization can stand still for long. Whether your change focus is adopting a mindset of continuous improvement, or adapting to a ‘new normal’ in your business area, your organization will need to develop and evolve. Change is challenging, particularly from a people-perspective. While there are always a few individuals in a group or organization who will get excited about a new process, system, or strategy, the majority will be reluctant. The good news is there are great research-based tools and perspectives that can help you be more effective. In this course we will look at tools for analyzing and planning any initiative or project that involves introducing something new so that you can be more successful.
Leading Change Workshop
Lunch will be provided
Available Discounts: $50 discount for all UNM Staff and UNM Alumni or if 3 or more people sign up from the same organization
Cost includes tuition, course materials, lunch, and campus parking.
- What change is and why it is difficult
- The role of organizational culture
- Gauging the impact of change (force field analysis)
- The eight-step change model
- Change leadership
Jennifer Stine has been teaching organizational behavior, teamwork, and leadership for close to a decade. Her teaching experience includes a master’s level organizational behavior course at Harvard Extension and professional development short courses in leadership and teamwork within Harvard’s Division of Continuing Education. Jenny has honed her skills in a number of senior level leadership roles, including at MIT, where she was the founding director of the Professional Education office, at Harvard, where she led executive education for the Graduate School of Education, and as a learning and development consultant, where she works with companies including Accenture. She holds a PhD from Stanford.