Development program offered for mid- to senior-level leaders during change and crisis
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust U-M leaders into a new normal that requires agility and adaptability, resilience and empathy, and critical thinking and creativity. Leaders are now required to find new ways to collectively make decisions in a working environment that may include remote and on-site employees, quickly adapt to or manage change, encourage transformation and thrive in a crisis.
Leading Cultural Transformations: Leading in Change and Crisis, a leadership development program aimed at mid- to senior-level leaders, was created to support leaders during these challenging times.
Each month, participants will learn, put into practice and reflect on the topics and themes. Themes will include change and transition management, effective communication during times of crisis and change, and resilience and well-being.
This three-month series starts this month. Series subscribers will receive a themed monthly email that will include:
- Webinar sessions (will be recorded for future viewing)
- Educational articles related to the monthly theme
- Other related learning activities
September webinars include:
- Leading the Organization Beyond the Change: Supporting Yourself and Your Team Through Organizational Uncertainty and Reorganizations – Interview with Anthony Denton, J.D., M.H.A.
- Change Management: Moving from Strategy to Implementation – with Kathy Pearson, Ph.D.
Series content will be made available in its entirety to those who subscribe prior to November.
This series is hosted by Organizational Learning.