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    • November 19-20, 2024

In Leading & Inspiring Change you will utilize change management frameworks to better understand reactions to change so you can gain buy-in and support in times of organizational transformation. This course will help you to:

  • Gain practical frameworks for managing the work of change

  • Understand the importance of and tactics for influencing as a change agent in your organization

  • Develop tangible strategies for efficiently moving colleagues and team members towards buy-in

What you will learn

  • How to examine change management frameworks for organizing change initiatives and gaining broad-based support

  • How to reduce change fatigue and increase productivity, morale, and leadership capability

  • How to anticipate resistance techniques to uncover underlying fears or changing motivations

Course At-a-glance

    • November 19-20, 2024 (9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. each day)

    • Registration Deadline: November 13, 2024

    • In-Person

    • $2,495*

      *Discounts available: 15% with code LICEARLYBIRD2024 if booked by Oct 23, 2024 or 15% for groups of 3-9 and 20% for groups of 10+

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Instructor Spotlight

  • Peter Topping is an associate professor in the Practice of Organization and Management at the Roberto C. Goizueta Business School at Emory University. In this role, Peter teaches courses in Leadership, Organizational Behavior, and Ethics across the School’s MBA programs, including the full time, Evening, and Executive MBA formats.
  • Karl Kuhnert has built a career centered on growing executive talent. His expertise spans leadership development and assessment, decision-making AI, organizational change and development, and survey design and evaluation. Karl’s approach eclipses typical coursework by accelerating leaders’ maturation in how they see themselves and others, enabling them to become better leaders. 
  • Molly Epstein brings her expertise on change communication and intergenerational communication to bear in the negotiations and communications courses she teaches. Her grounding in business and language helps students speak the language of business confidently. Molly is known for her work in gender communication and consults regularly with Delta Air Lines.
  • Richard Berlin is an associate professor in the practice of Organization & Management at Goizueta Business School. His experience includes a successful track record with self-funded businesses, venture capital businesses, public companies, and nonprofits.

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