From Change Management to Resilience

Organizational change is constant. When your organization undertakes projects to improve performance, seize opportunities or address key issues, they often require changes; changes to processes, job roles, organizational structures and technology. 

The process of adapting to new systems and strategies can be highly disruptive to your organization, and most importantly, to your employees and volunteers. Effective change management recognizes that it is people who are the key to the successful implementation of new projects, systems or processes. 

 When planning for a big shift, it is possible to not just prepare employees for the change but to create advocates for change. By learning effective change management processes and techniques, you’ll be able to ensure your employees understand and are invested in the change at your organization and ensure your transition goes smoothly.  

 In this workshop you will learn: 

  • An overview of the principles of change management and the process involved 

  • How to develop a change management plan 

  • The importance of effective communication - communicating the need for change and ongoing engagement 

  • How to understand the human side of change - how to manage expectations, avoid change fatigue and empower employees through change  

Supervisors, Team Leaders and Managers responsible for implementing change initiatives within their organization. 

LEVEL: Beginner - Intermediate 

Are you a nonprofit member organization with an operating budget of under $100,000? You may be able to save an additional 50% off the registration fee. 
Learn if you are eligible for the NONPROFIT MEMBER DISCOUNT RATE.


Candace Miller, Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives and Business Development

Candace is a collaborative leader with extensive experience in strategic planning, research and relationship management within the private and public sectors. Her doctoral degree (Ed.D.) coupled with a proven track record of accomplishments in international education, business development, project management, risk assessment, change management and team development, make her a strong project lead. She is a highly effective team builder, creative thinker and communicator with exceptional leadership, technical and critical thinking abilities to execute desired results of any project.

Thank you to our 2020 Professional Development Sponsors:

Western Continuing Studies and Fanshawe Corporate Training Solutions

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