Making Change Work
and bringing others with you
'Making Change Work: and bringing others with you' is a two-day Canberra-based program run at the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) training facilities at 14 Childers Street in the city.
The program is designed for APS6 and Executive Level 1 and 2 staff (and equivalents).
Designed to develop participants skills in leading change, it covers a range of skills - from choosing the most appropriate type and style of change, consultative processes, planning implementation, announcing change and dealing with resistance.
The course is presented and led by Kerry Juknaitis,
Successfully bringing about significant changes in direction or strategy involves more than just changing policies and procedures, it requires changes in paradigms about the role of government, organisational culture, and attitudes and behaviours throughout the organisation. This is a leadership task, not just a logistical one and is at the heart of the implementation challenge.
Further information is available by downloading the two-page course flyer, which provides additional details about the program (Adobe PDF).
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CPM reserves the right to substitute an alternative presenter where the advertised presenter is unavailable for illness or other reasons.
The program is run at the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) training facilities at 14 Childers Street in the city.
Cost and Booking
Your organisation will be invoiced for the GST inclusive fee of $1,570, which includes course materials and meals.
Cancellations or deferrals after the closing date will attract a cancellation fee of $500, alternatively substitutes can be accepted up until 14 days before the course begins.
Please contact the CPM office on 02 6120 1980 to reserve a place, then confirm your booking by completing the Course Booking form online or by scanning and emailing the completed PDF course flyer to email@example.com
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