Managing Organizational Transition Workshop

Saturday, February 2, 2019 - 8:30am to 5:00pm PST
Location: Room C180 - 800 Robson St. Vancouver, BC
Nicolle Browne

70% of change initiatives in companies fail. Research has shown that this is because transition plans often do not address a key element: people. When people are not adequately engaged with change, they resist it. The people in an organization have the greatest influence on whether or not new initiatives can be successfully established, so it is essential to effectively lead and involve them throughout the process.   

Join Nicolle Browne in this workshop to learn to manage internal transitions and guide the human side of organizational change, so that you can keep your business ahead of the competition.

Key Takeaways:

  • Enhance the ability of leading oneself and others through difficult change initiatives
  • Understand the critical elements for driving successful change
  • Develop coaching skills to create a change-ready culture throughout your organization
  • Discover how to create and implement effective transition strategies
  • Learn to decrease the negative effects of change on individuals and groups

Cost: $369 – includes Managing Organizational Transition workbook, continental breakfast and light refreshments during morning and afternoon breaks. Please bring a lunch.

Limited spots available. Registration deadline extended! : 12 pm, January 18, 2019.

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About the Facilitator

Nicolle Browne, M.Ed, is a Manager of Alumni Careers at UBC Sauder School of Business. With more than ten years of international experience working with diverse groups, Nicolle specializes in coaching and mentoring to improve personal and professional development. She has helped Executive Education and corporate clients enhance their leadership, career management, reflexive learning, and management of organizational change. She 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.


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