It’s no secret that organizations that demonstrate adaptability, flexibility, and a willingness to embrace change are better able to sustain competitive advantage in both the short and long term. In today’s ever-changing business environment, the rationale for embracing change is obvious: Without doing things differently, companies will most likely fail.
Whether driven by the need to survive as an organization, the desire to be better positioned in the eyes of stakeholders or the opportunity to take advantage of new tools or processes, today’s leaders must demonstrate the requisite abilities necessary to identify and lead change efforts that enable their organizations to not only survive but to thrive.
However, the brutal reality is about 70% of all change initiatives fail. So what are the factors that enable successful change initiatives versus unsuccessful ones and how can you, as a leader, drive lasting, successful change within your own organization?
In this self-paced, 3-hour digital workshop you’ll learn to apply the essential skills and techniques necessary to become one of the successful 30% in leading change initiatives within your own organization.
By the end of this digital workshop, participants will have the skills necessary to:
- Frame and outline change initiatives within their own organizations for both survive-state problems and thrive-state opportunities.
- Adjust their approach to leading change for stakeholders with different change adoption rates.
- Identify and remove friction elements necessary to change adoption.
- Implement choice architecture and nudges as drivers that foster positive change behaviors.
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Who Should Attend
USC Marshall Executive Education Applied Leadership Workshops are designed to equip working professionals with the essential skills and abilities necessary to lead today’s organizations.
Formatted as self-paced, performance-based modules, these workshops focus exclusively on one specific leadership skill and provide participants with the knowledge and tools necessary to apply that skill within their own organization.