Change Management: Being A Catalyst CFO
Learn how to lead change inside your organization by overcoming the people aspects of any new initiative (1.5 CPD)
In this course we are going to look at change from all perspectives. From what sorts of corporate initiatives require careful consideration of change management principles, to the challenges of implementing change. We look at change from the perspective of the employee, after all, it's they for whom we need to change for the organization to be successful. And we develop an approach to enable that to happen successfully. Finally, we will look at way that organizations are adapting to continuous change by changing aspects of their organizational structure.
Blair is a many-time corporate director, CFO, educator, innovator, thought leader, presenter, and curiosity generalist. As an academic-practitioner, he’s a perpetual learner who observes and experiments with various financial and management theories in real world context. He shares stories of his successes, failures, and lessons learned to all those who share a passion for further developing their own financial leadership qualities. His focus is on defining and developing a career path for financial professionals aspiring to the Office of the CFO and the Board of Directors. Blair is the author of The Illiterate Executive: An Executive Handbook for Mastering Financial Acumen.
PreviewWelcome to the Course! Get the Overview of What You'll Learn (9:55)
StartChallenges of Change (15:29)
StartChange from the Employee’s Perspective (7:13)
StartApproaches to Change Management (16:03)
StartAdapting for Constant Change (10:01)
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