Interestingly, the people in an organization are considered to have the greatest influence in determining the success (or failure) of change initiatives. Why? When people are not adequately engaged with change, they resist it. However, when people identify and let go of what must be left behind, can build meaning and reach out for what is new, they become capable of initiating and generating sustainable change.
Join Nicolle Browne to learn to manage internal transition and support the human aspect of organizational change, an aspect that is identified as the missing link in organizational change plans.
- Enhance the ability of leading oneself and others through difficult change initiatives
- Understand a critical element for driving successful change
- Develop coaching skills to support and lead your team in transition
- Discover how to create and implement effective internal transition strategies
- Learn to decrease the negative effects of change on individuals and groups
Note: This is a LIVE, 5-week, online workshop being piloted for the first time in an online format! This pilot is being offered EXCLUSIVELY for our UBC Sauder Alumni based on the East Coast.
Cost: Be a part of our pilot group and enjoy a one-time promotional price of $149 (regular price $199). Non-refundable.
Limited spots available. Registration deadline: March 29, 2019
About the Facilitator
Nicolle Browne, M.Ed, is the Manager, Alumni Careers at UBC Sauder School of Business. With 10+ years of international experience, Nicolle has specialized in coaching and mentoring, personal and professional development, and career coaching. She has worked with and taught diverse groups, including Executive Education and corporate clients, in their personal and professional development, including leadership, career management, reflexive learning, and Managing Organizational Change. Nicolle has a Master degree in counselling psychology, is a member of the American Psychological Association and is a certified trainer of William Bridge’s Leading Organizational Change.