Fall 2020 Session:
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
How to create an organization dedicated to achieving key goals with increased potential for handling the future.
This course is designed to increase participants’ knowledge of what steps and skills are important for successfully leading and managing change in an organization. Particularly when the goal is to improve, develop, or transform the people involved in order to better meet the challenges of their current operational environment.
History often gets in the way of any new change effort, because previous change projects have been negative for the people involved! While we can’t fix yesterday, we can invite everyone to make a contribution towards an improved and different organization – one which is flexible enough to deal with future challenges. We also need to recognize that energy comes from emotion, both for or against any change effort, and not logic. Therefore how organizational leaders communicate and manage the people side of change
Participants learn through dyad and small group discussions and a group/team decision making exercise titled: The Organizational Change Challenge about the activities that should be carried out in initiating, planning, implementing and institutionalizing organizational change.
***Please note that this course can be customized to your organization’s needs and can be delivered onsite or at the Ron Joyce Centre in Burlington. For more information, click here.
Sid Ridgley, CSP, is an enterprise development professional and advisor who provides insights, guidance and practical tips & hints to leaders in their pursuit of creating operationally effective ideal places to work and to do business with. With multi-year experience and an extensive range of clients, he has developed a strong reputation for being both a strategist and pragmatist as it relates to customer satisfaction, sales, people development & engagement, culture transformation, leadership development and in leading change in organizations. He gets paid for, and earns his clients’ loyalty by, simplifying the complexities of people and organization development.
He has earned his management and speaking expertise through: