This two day course is part of the 3 day Strategic Management Certificate and the 12 day Management Essentials Program. While the course is designed to be independent in nature, please consider whether maximum value can be obtained by taking it as part of a broader program.
Have you ever wondered what the “normal” reactions are to change? This two-day innovative short course explores the fundamentals of managing change and reflects upon what it all means for us. Together, we will explore provocative questions such as; how can we support ourselves, and others, who are struggling through change?
The session will provide ideas, tools and resources to assist you through change, with an emphasis on practical application. This workshop will first equip you with change management know-how, and then challenge you to put your new change know-how to the test using the ExperienceChange simulation tool. From analysis through to planning and implementation, the simulation delivers the essentials of a year-long change journey in a one-day workshop. Immediate feedback on decisions, both good and bad, reinforces learning without putting resources on the line.
The essence of our approach is to ensure leaders and managers have the tools, understanding and skills they need to help drive, support and respond to organizational changes within their environments.
- Responding to and supporting organizational change
- Applying best practice in a no-risk environment
- Strategy execution
- Managing resistance
- Aligning and engaging stakeholders
Who Should Attend?
- Mid-level to senior managers
Lyall Samaroden helps individuals and teams navigate the waters of organizational change. Lyall has held numerous senior-level line and corporate roles across multiple industry sectors in both management and individual contributor capacities over his 15+ year career. Market leaders in municipal government and the print media, travel, energy and defence sectors have utilized Lyall’s talents to deliver exceptional results during times of change. Lyall comes to the change arena from a career encompassing various roles in advertising, marketing, community investment, corporate communication and human resources.