|Date||26 - 29 September 2022|
|Time||9:30-17:30 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
|Price||Early Bird Delegate Rate: £950+VAT|
|Venue||Henley Business School, Greenlands Campus|
As organisations strive to improve their ability to work at the speed of change, they need more people who have the knowledge and abilities to make change initiatives happen. Given that need, developing an organisation development (OD) mindset and skillset is fast becoming an essential capability for all leaders, managers and professionals.
Benefits for you and your organisation
- Learn how to lead change with people.
- Demystify OD and find out how you can use it.
- Recognise your strengths and get out of a rut.
- Learn where and how to expand your OD range to address tough change challenges.
- Leave with valuable feedback and experiences,
ready to take a noteworthy step forward.
- Build change capability across your organisation to go from change-vulnerable to change-ready.
Book before 31 July 2022 and make the most of our Early Bird rate of £950+VAT.
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Who is this programme for?
Anyone who needs to make change happen – including knowledge, learning and change
professionals, especially leaders and managers from across a range of functions.
(Here’s what previous participants had to say...)
I need to make change happen as part of my day job
Ideal for busy managers and professionals. You’ll discover how an OD mindset, skillset and toolset can help you to land change with people
Really useful techniques and models with opportunities to apply learning in practice and learn from fellow practitioners
Tools and techniques help you get to the root in
order to implement effective change
I work in an area that’s related to OD and I want to advance my practice (e.g. HR, L&D, coaching, knowledge management, change management, continuous improvement)
You’ll learn what strengths you bring to OD and where you can extend your range to advance your practice
OD is underpinning knowledge which can aid and assist so many facets – KM, HR, operationsand self
If you think you’ve been doing OD, but aren’t sure, this course clarifies for you where you have and haven’t and how you can do more
It broadens your perspective – it’s good to talk, share and learn from everyone
I’m new to OD and
I want to learn more
You’ll learn how to navigate the field and to take some early steps in developing your change and OD practice
The course gives you practical tools and
experience to start doing OD
Unique opportunity to meet and learn from fellow colleagues and super knowledgeable trainers in a safe and encouraging place
I’m gaining OD experience and want to further develop my practice
If you’re already working in OD, the programme will help you to reinvigorate your practice and extend your range
There are three types of OD. You probably do them all, but understanding the differences is really insightful
An opportunity to learn from the pros, each other and yourself
What we’ll cover on the programme
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