Leading Change: Critical Success Factors
December 01, 2020 - December 10, 2020
Schedule via Zoom:
December 1, 2, 9, & 10, 2020
Tuesday, Wednesdays, Thursday
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Change is the only constant – and this is truer now than ever before. Managers have to be able to cope with external change, while leading their people to implement internal changes required by the company’s strategies.
Two out of three change initiatives fail. What does successful change leadership require?
This course offers an answer: a scientifically validated model of the leadership competencies and management processes for leading and managing change.
Who should attend
The course is appropriate for anyone in a management or supervisory position who can participate in leading organizational change.
By the end of this course, you should be able to :
- Assess yourself on the leadership competencies that predict effectiveness of change management, following the model; and
- Apply the organizational processes for managing change to a sample change leadership plan, following the template
I. Lead the Change Curve
A. Leaders Are Change Agents
B. Three Kinds on Change
C. Leadership Actions at Each Stage
II. Leadership Competencies for Change
A. Strategic & Technical
III. Organizational Processes for Managing Change
A. Create the vision for change
- Determine the goals of the change project
- Map the current state and future state
B. Prepare the organization for change
- Set a positive tone
- Managing transitions
- Identify what changes, and what continues
- Identify behaviors to modify
C. Build support and overcome resistance
- Stakeholder analysis: 3 steps
- Why do people resist change?
- How to deal with resistance
- Campaigning for change
- Engaging top leaders' support
D. Sustain the Change
- Program the quick wins
- Plan for activities to sustain change
Dr. Jet F. Magsaysay is the Program Director for the Leadership and Management Development Program of the Ateneo Graduate School of Business Center for Continuing Education (CCE), and is President of Strategic Directions, Inc., a strategy- and management-consulting firm.
As a strategy and organizational development consultant, he has guided leading corporations in the Philippines and Southeast Asia in developing their visions and strategies, and in building their organizational capabilities.
As a program director he has conceptualized and customized leadership and management programs for diverse clients. As a trainer-educator, he has designed and facilitated courses in strategy, execution, leadership, and management skills. He is Curriculum Director for JFC University, and a lecturer at Kyoto University’s Asia Business Leader Programme, where he teaches Business Planning and Leadership Skills.
As a corporate executive, he has managed business units in the Philippines, in China, and across Asia, in the investment banking, publishing, and consulting industries.
He has a BSc. in Industrial Management Engineering from De La Salle University, a Master in Management (with Distinction) degree from the Asian Institute of Management, and a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies, major in Organizational Development, at the Ateneo De Manila University.