Organizational change is constant and one of the most difficult items for people to handle.
This 2 1/2 day course introduces both emotional and physical aspects of change in an organizational context. The purpose is to provide necessary background information on why and how change occurs for the tactical and strategic business leader to incorporate strategies to deal with the behaviors and attitudes that present themselves in times of slow, rapid and chaotic change.
The curriculum is designed to take managers through the different theoretical models and stages of change and provide proven, practical and ready to use tools and techniques for leading and facilitating the organization in a positive way during this time.
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Who Should Attend
This value-added, professional development course will be beneficial for anyone who manages employees through change and are responsible for implementing change initiatives within their organization including supervisors, managers, team leaders, and mid-level executives.
Course outline includes several related topics commonly addressed by change practice leaders:
Hotel Reservations: Please contact the Doubletree Hotel at Warren Place directly to make your hotel reservations at 918.495.1000 and ask for The University of Tulsa special discounted rate.
Course Dates & Times: March 28-30, 2017 in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the Doubletree Hotel at Warren Place (6110 S. Yale). It runs from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm on the first two days; and then from 8:30 am – 12:00 noon on the last day.
This course qualifies for 16.5 PDHs and 1.65 CEUs