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Change Management Online Course

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November 2, 9 and 16, 2021
10 – 11:30 a.m. PST

Change Management is so much more than training people or communicating what’s new. It requires significant preparation and critical leadership skills to both implement a desired initiative and empower people to embrace the change within their current environment. Understanding the ways in which managing change can reduce barriers to adaptation to change and lead to a more fluid, dynamic organization and is a key leadership competency.

In this brand-new online course, local government leaders will:

  • Enhance their understanding and increase their impact when it comes to managing change within local government
  • Build change resiliency within their organization
  • Help teams more effectively identify, adapt to and thrive within an ever-changing environment
  • Apply a framework for effective change management to better identify the stages of change
  • Effectively support teams through planned and unplanned change
  • Mitigate resistance and empower individuals to embrace a new path forward

Guiding your team through change can be challenging. Using self-paced activities combined with virtual webinars, this online course will provide local government leaders with the strategies they need to identify and plan for the stages of change, recognize and evaluate the impact of change, and apply change strategies that support strategic priorities and put the structures in place to foster lasting change.

October 26      Pre-work available on Moodle
November 2    Module 1: Introduction to Change Management (and assignment)
November 9    Module 2: Designing and Executing Change (and assignment)
November 16  Module 3: Reinforcing Change (and assignment)

Final assignments to be completed by November 23.

Course Format: This online course includes three x 90-minute facilitated online webinars with Q&As and an overview of the assignments. Participants attend the webinars; review additional resource documents; and will have five days to complete their assignments for each session; submit their assignments for review and receive coaching and direct feedback before the next assignments are due. Participants should plan for 1-2 hours of self-paced activities per Module. This course also includes additional coaching support from our roster of local government volunteer HR coaches who can assist participants with applying course learning to the local government context.

Review the course brochure and register online by October 26, 2021

Cost: $590 +GST LGMA members, $675 +GST non-Members

Cancellation Policy: No refunds will be provided after October 26, although substitutions within your organization are permitted.

Instructors: Karen Jackson, BSc, MSc, Jackson Consulting Group
Deanna Foukal, BA(Psyc), MPM, PROSCI Certified, Associate Consultant, Jackson Consulting Group

Contact

LGMA
250.383.7032
office@lgma.ca

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Date:
November 2, 2021
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 am PDT
Cost:
$590
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Event Tags:
https://www.lgma.ca/change-management-online-course

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Online

Organizer

Local Government Management Association of BC
Phone:
(250) 383-7032
Email:
office@lgma.ca
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