Course ID: CHANGE

Change Leadership in the 21st Century

One of the only constants in business is that your company must continually change and adapt to survive. Change Management is not a new concept. However, in the 21st Century, companies need to evolve beyond the age old cliché of Change Management to Change Leadership. To efficiently implement change and capture all of the benefits associated with the change you want to make, employees must want the “change” as much or more than you do. To unlock the power of change in ways that will unleash the maximum potential from your employees, we will contrast making a “change” with implementing an “improvement”, the importance of setting and communicating clear goals for the “improvement” being made, and how to achieve the most from your intended change through inspired leadership.


Learning Objectives

1. Contrast managing a change with implementing an improvement
2. Formulate “improvement” goals that will resonate with employees
3. Assess the role communication plays in making or breaking effective change
4. Evaluate how situational leadership and displaying strong leadership attributes can inspire your employees to achieve the “improvement” (change) you want to make faster and better


Major Topics

1. 6 major elements associated with change leadership
2. The concept of Situational Leadership and the attributes of each quadrant
3. The difference (and importance) of using value stream mapping as opposed to process mapping as the key foundation to successful change leadership.
4. The formula for executing a successful change using a five step process (6 Sigma DMAIC)


Who Should Attend

CFOs, CEOs, and any of the supervisors and managers in their organizations who lead people and/or lead change related projects.


Fields of Study
Business Management & Organization

Prerequisites

None


Provider
Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits
1.0

Level
Advanced

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