Working With Stakeholders Through Organizational Change
To stay competitive, organizations must be flexible and adept at implementing change. Considering 75% of organizational change programs fail, today’s change leaders need to understand the organizational culture they are seeking to modify and change before they institute a change process. This requires a comprehensive approach from leaders who can coalesce and bring all stakeholders together. Leaders must ensure issues such as diversity and inclusion are addressed; all stakeholders are part of the solution; communication is effective and consistent; and, there is organizational growth to meet current and future challenges.
This course is a pragmatic approach to understanding how leaders can ensure their organization is addressing the needs of all while working toward future objectives. It is designed for mid-career professionals, aspiring leaders, organizational leaders, or anyone who could benefit from a better understanding of organizational culture, change, and working with diverse groups of people.
Upon completion of this course, you will have a working knowledge of:
- 21st century workplace requirements
- How to work with those responsible for achieving organizational goals
- Who stakeholders are and what requirements are needed to work within the organization as a whole
- Organizational culture and when, and if, it needs to be changed
- Key factors of change leadership
- What conditions are needed for successful organizational change
- Effective communication as a leadership imperative
- How to implement inclusion and diversity
- Online registration closes at 6 p.m. one day before the start of the class, unless noted on individual sections.
- Late registration is welcome! Please contact SMU CAPE at 214-768-2273 for assistance.