Change is crucial to an organization’s success in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex, fast-paced, and highly competitive global world. Leaders play the most critical role in driving successful change and yet, leading and managing change is where many of us struggle. This session will focus on the factors that contribute to this challenge for individuals, teams, and organizations and will offer practical and proven strategies and tools for the effective management of sustainable change. Whether you are a formal leader, manager or individual contributor, how you lead yourself and others will play a large role in the ultimate success of any change initiative.
At the end of this highly experiential day, you should leave with:
- An increased awareness of the importance of your role in managing and leading change
- An increased understanding of how change happens and its impacts on you and on employee productivity, resistance and morale
- An increased ability to practice and apply effective change management strategies to help accelerate the adoption and sustainability of change
Date: Fall 2020
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Place: Center for Corporate Education 301 West Main Street Richmond, Virginia Room B3189
Fees and Discounts: $395 due in full at registration. A 10% discount is available to VCU alumni and VCU/VCUHS employees. Discounts can not be combined, and are provided at registration. Cost includes breakfast, lunch, parking and all materials.
8 CPEs in the Personnel/Human Resources field are available with this class. There are no prerequisites or advanced preparation needed to participate in this course. This session is a group live format. Participants must attend entire course to earn certificate of completion. This course is appropriate for any leader or manager seeking to better lead and manage change.
VCU Center for Corporate Education is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.