Managing Teams through Change

About Organizations

October 3, 2017
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
 

There’s a saying “Never get too comfortable for there’s always room for improvement and replacement.”

 As nonprofit organizations, we have to embrace change to continually improve on the work we do and stay relevant in meeting the needs of those we serve. As leaders, our role is not simply to manage change but facilitate people and teams towards the successful adoption of change. If your organization is going through change or about to, this session will help you explore how different people approach change, why situations get sticky, and how to best manage teams through evolution. We’ll also discuss strategies on how you can encourage teams to be more creative and embrace the unknown – both helpful mindsets during times of change. This course is designed for senior managers and executive leaders.

The session will explore:

  •  the strong force of organizational culture and its implications for organizational change
  • how people typically respond to change
  • defining your role as a leader during change and why it is so critical
  • strategies and approaches for helping others navigate change

 

Make the most of your learning!

  • Learning in pairs makes it easier to use session content back at your organization. Bring a colleague and save $55 on the second registration. Both participants must be registered at the same time, for the same seminar, and the discount will be automatically applied.
  • Stay the day and continue in your professional development training. Attend the morning and the afternoon sessions and save $55 on your second session. After you register for the first seminar, your discount code will appear in your confirmation email. Use that code when you register for the second seminar to receive your discount.
 
9:30 am - 12:30 pm Volunteer Engagement -- $125
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm Managing Teams through Change -- $125

 


Details

  • Where

  • Center for Nonprofit Management
    1000 North Alameda Street
    Los Angeles, California 90012
    USA
    (213) 266-8464

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