Certificate of participation
Full-time (on campus)
- Course date
8 - 12 November 2021 / 17 - 21 January 2022
Leading and managing organizational change processes
Change is a constant factor in today’s global business world. Organizations have to adapt to their external environment, but also make changes within their own structure. Organizational change requires a fundamentally different approach to organizational processes from the traditional approach of management. Managers have to decide on the direction of change and guide their organization through the transition process.
“Working in the field of development, we are facing new challenges every day and this requires me as a leader in my organization to understand how we can be agile to navigate these challenges. Therefore, I joined this Change Management course to identify what aspects of my organization should be changed, and how to positively steer this process.”
Maged Elsamny (Egypt), participant of the April 2021 program
This Change Management program will help you to understand the rationale and objectives of organizational change and how to communicate these to the stakeholders involved. Furthermore, crucial for the success of the change process is to understand – and even more important, to handle the resistance factor at the start of the process. Incorporated is a personal management skills module which will guide you through the design process of an effective and successful change process for your organization.
"As an Algerian administrator in the Ministry of the Interior, Local Authorities and Urban planning, I now know how to apply various appropriate tools and methods to lead the change successfully and serve the strategy of each ministry, which will benefit both the employees as the citizens.”
Mounia Touatia (Algeria) participant of the April 2021 program
Did you know that you can combine this course with the Strategic Leadership course which will run the week before? Combining these two courses will save you up to a maximum of €500,-
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