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CPDDU-0045 – Change Management and Leadership (CPDDU-0045_CHANG)

Change Management and Leadership

This two-part course, led by Assistant Professor Pat Greer, explores the relationship between employees and change and provides the tools to become a change leader while managing change. Students will discover the basic skills required for effective and ethical change leadership and discuss the various stages of individual and organizational change, essential relationships between leadership and management, and assorted organizational models for leading change. Students will also explore the concept of an adaptive organization and why the notion that change is easy isn’t true. Finally, students will gain a better understanding of the exciting and opportunity-filled world of change and transition, as well as some tactics for staying sane while leading change.

Learning Outcomes
Upon completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Describe the nature and significance of change in the organization.
  • Analyze the impact of change on the organization, process, finance, or people.
  • Identify the major drivers of change.
  • Identify and manage responses to change among people in the organization.
  • Plan for the process of effective organizational change.
  • Identify the key leadership issues in managing change.
  • Identify and implement practical strategies likely to bring about effective organizational change.
  • Define what change is and what transformation is in an organization.
  • Develop strategies for dealing with both rapid and slow change.
  • Analyze the concepts of chaos.
  • Create a chaordic organization for “best practices” of organizational change and transformation.
This course offers 6 CE hours

Two sessions
Thursdays, November 7 and 14, 2019
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
DU Campus

Certificate Information

This course is part of the Leadership Skills Certificate. Students who complete all three courses in this pathway will earn a Leadership Skills Non-Credit Certificate. The other courses in the pathway are cpddu-0049: Leadership and Persuasion and cpddu-0031: Strategic Thinking. Learn more here.

Cost: $250
Discounts (use code when registering):
DU Affiliates (alumni, faculty, staff): 10% off - code: CPDUCOL10
Students: 15% off - code: CPDUCOL15

Instructor:
Pat Greer,
PhD, Leadership and Change, Antioch University; MBA, University of Colorado Denver, BS in Environmental Biology, Metropolitan State University, is a master teacher, and provides high energy, visionary leadership with offering natural business acumen in every position she has had. She delivers dramatic improvement to business growth, profitability, operations efficiency, and staff performance whether in local government, aerospace, or higher education. She is a talented communicator, and adept in translating complex organizational theory into clear plans relevant to all organizational levels. An expert collaborator, Pat is skilled in building team consensus to accomplish multifaceted initiatives on large scale. She is a facilitator of organizational transformation, independence, positive cultural change, quality improvements, and business growth with a total commitment to organizational success. She powerfully aligns vision, mission, and guiding principles enterprise-wide. Pat has taught as an adjunct both on campus and online for 18 years before moving into higher education fulltime in 2008. She loves to learn from all her students, and knows it takes everyone in a class working together for success!
Course Details
Location: University ParkMode of Study: In-personPlaces Left: 27Waitlist Places Left: 15Fee: $250

Sessions

Days of the WeekStart DateEnd DateTimeVenueInstructor
Thursday7th November 201914th November 201905:30PM - 08:30PMN/AN/A