gain the practical tools, skills and experiences you need to expand your capacity to change during times of disruption.
we live in an ever-changing world, yet many of us struggle with the demands of change. we can feel uncertain about the future, worried about change initiatives in our organisations, and uncomfortable about being asked to do things differently from how we’ve always done them. this program helps you to approach change with a mindset that will allow you to develop, learn and thrive as our world evolves.
the program consists of four modules. each module contains 30 minutes of pre-work, two live labs and up to an hour of self-paced learning per week. for more detail on the course structure, please download our brochure.
who should attend?
managers and professionals
- in any industry and at any organisational level who want to equip themselves to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing world
answers to the question: why is change difficult?
- understand your own resistance and emotional response to change
responding to change
- readiness to engage positively in organisational change
- skills for working towards sustained behavioural transformation
thriving through change
- tools for resilience and well-being during times of disruption
- become who you want to be as you learn, develop and grow through change
understanding human responses to change
associate professor of management
internationally recognised for her expertise in power and influence, jen’s focus on change includes exploring how bolstering our sense of control can make change more comfortable.
professor of marketing
jill is a social psychologist with expertise in resilience and well-being. she teaches strategies for coping and thriving during times of uncertainty and change.
a workplace relations lawyer by background with expertise in leadership development and organisational change, aviva consults to a wide variety of corporate and public sector clients to drive performance and growth.
this is an online program. the program fee covers tuition.
applications typically close two weeks prior to commencement, however, to secure your place we encourage you to apply early. applications received less than two weeks prior to commencement will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
a non-refundable deposit of $1,000 will be required to confirm your booking.