“Does your organization rely on outside expertise to help it change – so there is someone to blame when the changes fail?”
We are living in an era of profound transformation. Only those organizations that have mastered the ability to adapt and change survive and thrive.
The cost of failed changes, in terms of lost time, money, energy and opportunity is enormous. Building a strong internal capacity for initiating and sustaining successful change is a critically important requirement for every organization.
Guiding Change is a comprehensive, practical program that outlines the roadmap for building change leadership capacity throughout your organization.
In this presentation, you will learn how to:
- Deepen your understanding of what it takes to help your organization change using an integrated, systems-based approach.
- Identify who is best suited to guide change and what they require to do their best work.
- Clarify the ideal flow of activities to follow when helping your organization change that spells out WHO you work with WHEN and WHAT you help them to do.
- Explore the facilitation, consulting and helping skills that are so necessary for competent guides.
- Assess the current level of competency for guiding change in your organization.
Who should attend:
Project team leaders, project team members and senior leaders responsible for the success of project teams will greatly benefit from this program.
Meet your instructors
Chris Edgelow is the Founder & President of Sundance Consulting Inc and Lost Creek Press Ltd, organizations that are dedicated to providing consulting / training services and publishing a variety of resources that help organizations change. For more than 30 years, Chris has worked extensively throughout North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. He has taught at the university level and is a sought after speaker at many conferences each year. Always engaging and very practical in his approach, Chris help people face the reality of what is currently happening in their organizations and find ways to build the necessary leadership competencies that will ensure their changes succeed.
Erica Franken practices inner conflict. She is a graduate of the Masters of Arts Conflict Analysis and Management degree at Royal Roads University and holds a Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) in Law from Carleton University. She is a Director of the board for the Alternative Dispute Resolution Institute of British Columbia and a Professor at Yorkville University.