The Human Side of Organizational Change

Leading edge thinking and a fresh outlook on change.

Leaders are missing an important component of organizational change. Managing the human side of change is necessary for growing your company.

Our 1-day course will teach you how to factor in human risk through group work and self assessments, taking into account how to work with employees during change.

 Learning Objectives

  • Understand best practices in the area of change leadership and management.
  • A new framework for understanding resistance as a tool for engagement.
  • Change management tools that you can immediately use in your workplace.
  • Tips and techniques for helping staff experiencing difficulty moving through phases of change.

Full Course Description: Outline (PDF)

Maureen Brown, M.A.

Maureen Brown is an organization development professional. She received her honours undergraduate degree in psychology at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada.  She then completed a master’s programme in Applied Social Psychology at the University of Saskatchewan.  Maureen spent 10 years in human resource management positions in public and private...
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  • Dates and Fees

    Wednesday, November 1, 2017

    8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

    **EARLY BIRD PRICING**
    $700.00 + HST

    Offer only valid until August 17, 2017.

    REGULAR PRICING$825.00 + HST

    All parking and meals are included

    Cancellation Policy

    Payment Policy

  • Who Should Attend?

    This program is suited for mid to senior level managers dealing with change initiatives within their organization.

  • The Setting

    Classes are held at the:

    DeGroote School of Business
    Ron Joyce Centre
    4350 South Service Road
    Burlington, ON
    L7L 5R8

    The Ron Joyce Centre is easily accessible from the QEW and Go train service.

  • Learn More

    For more information, please contact Lynn Petruzzella at petruzl@mcmaster.ca or by telephone at 905-525-9140 Ext. 20509.

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