Leading and Managing People-Centred Change
Durham University
  • Start Date: 28 Oct, 2019
  • 3 weeks
  • Study Content: Videos


Learn how to bring people with you as you lead or manage organisational change and navigate challenges to keep them on-board.

Course Fee: Free
Certificate Cost: See Fees and Eligibility

Introduction

Introduction Video

Course Description

This course is made available through the eLearnAfrica and FutureLearn partnership.

Ensure people-centred change in your organisation stays on track


Many leaders and managers struggle when it comes to managing change, especially if it affects people. This course looks at how we can manage people-centred change effectively. You will learn the importance of bringing people with you through change, and consider the moments where change can go wrong and how to avoid them.


Change does not need to be overwhelming, if it is managed well - find out what those of us with leadership or management responsibilities can do to keep things on track with this course.


The course is designed for anyone who either leads or manages people or will shortly be in such a position. In particular, it will be useful to people new to leadership roles and practitioners in human resources, organisational development and internal communications.


Certificate cost may vary. You will be redirected to the host page for cost and payment options.

Durham University

Durham University is a collegiate university with long traditions and modern values. It is proud to be an international scholarly community which reflects the ambitions of cultures from around the world.

Durham seeks the highest distinction in research and scholarship, and is committed to excellence in all aspects of education and transmission of knowledge. Its research capability ranks among the best in the United Kingdom. In the recent UK-wide assessment of the quality of research in universities, 33% of the university’s research was rated as world-leading and a further 50% rated internationally excellent.

Research and teaching takes place in 25 academic departments and schools across the three faculties: Arts and Humanities, Science, and Social Sciences and Health. Research shapes and inspires the disciplinary structure of the departments and directly informs teaching of both undergraduates and postgraduates.

Durham University is home to over 17,000 students from over 130 countries creating a truly diverse student community. All students are members of one of the 16 residential colleges.

These are vibrant, supportive and scholarly communities which provide students with opportunities for gaining new experiences and developing skills which will help them to achieve more in the future.

The University is based over two sites: historic Durham City, with the medieval UNESCO World Heritage Site at its heart, and Queen’s Campus, Stockton, a purpose-built campus set on the River Tees.

Durham University offers a unique blend of heritage and new thinking; of personal development and public benefit; and of an intimate scholarly community with global impact.

 

ureLearn.

This institution is available on eLearnAfrica through partnership with FutureLearn.

You may be able to download course materials after enrolling in this course. If not, all of the necessary course materials provided by the course instructor will be available on the provider's course page.
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