Leading Through Change

  • 4 Courses | 3h 26m 5s
  • 20 Books | 25h 27m
  • 8 Audiobooks | 45h 11m
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Leading others through change is a critical leadership capability. Learn the skills and adopt the attributes to become an effective change leader for successful change management.

COURSES INCLUDED

Welcome to the Leadership Development Program
Whether you’re new to a leadership role or a battle-tested veteran, there is always more to learn about leading people, leading teams, or leading your business. Learning is a life-long journey, and leadership development is an ongoing process. In this course, you'll be introduced to Skillsoft's Leadership Development Program. Comprised of thirty modern competency-based leadership channels, this program will help expand your knowledge about what it takes to be a leader and the necessary mindsets and behaviors that enable successful leaders to face and overcome the challenges they encounter every day.  This course provides an introductory overview to the program and the rich array of courses, resources, tools, and expert advice available to help you grow your leadership career."
1 video | 9m
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Leading through the Challenge of Change
Things change. This is a truism in both personal and business life. Whether that change comes in the form of personnel, organizational hierarchy, or processes, change is inevitable in the workplace. Leading change requires successful leaders to have a process for managing change, whatever its source. This course will help you undertake change management and set the stage for implementing change. It will provide strategies for overcoming resistance to change and steps to help lead your team through the change process.
8 videos | 1h 16m
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Leadership Insights on Leading through Change
Businesses fail without change, so it makes sense to learn everything you can about leading through change—from planning for resistance to engaging teams to moving forward without losing day-to-day focus. You can make change possible.
21 videos | 58m
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Sustaining Culture When Everyone’s Remote
How can leaders continue to foster corporate culture after shifting to remote work? There can be profound corporate cultural losses when we’re all remote. When workers are not physically together, we may lose cohesion, productive serendipity, and a sense of belonging — on an individual, team, and organizational level. In this on-demand webinar, organizational culture researcher and MIT SMR author Jennifer Howard-Grenville advises how best to maintain a flourishing culture and employee engagement during a time of widespread remote work. She’ll debunk myths about culture and offer practical strategies for sustaining your team.
1 video | 1h
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BOOKS INCLUDED

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MIT Sloan Management Review on Leading Change
In this collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review, you'll learn how an organization approaches change appropriately, as well as helpful tips for determining when to change and to what extent.
Book Duration 1h 19m
Book Authors By MIT Sloan Management Review

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MIT Sloan Management Review on Leading Through Disruption
In this collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review, you'll learn the effects disruption can have on strategy, and the best ways to keep your company going when a disruptive technology affects your industry.
Book Duration 1h 21m
Book Authors By MIT Sloan Management Review

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on To Disrupt or Not to Disrupt?
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review reveals that disruption isn’t always the right strategy for startups. It’s a choice.
Book Duration 11m
Book Authors By Joshua Gans

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on The Surprising Value of Obvious Insights
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review reveals that confirming what people already believe can help organizations overcome barriers to change.
Book Duration 5m
Book Authors By Adam Grant

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on In Times of Anxiety, Lead With ‘We’ and ‘Us’
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review discusses how behavioral insights from employee feedback can help organizations identify and drive new, data-informed priorities.
Book Duration 5m
Book Authors By Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on The Plight of the Graying Tech Worker
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review reveals that if you’re in tech and over 40, your experience is probably underappreciated. A global talent pool complicates matters.
Book Duration 5m
Book Authors By William R. Kerr

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on Leadership Mindsets for the New Economy
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review talks about how successful companies are passionate about fostering a community of leaders with new mindsets.
Book Duration 4m
Book Authors By Douglas A. Ready

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on The Sources of Resilience
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review presents findings from the largest global study of resilience and engagement from the ADP Research Institute.
Book Duration 8m
Book Authors By Marcus Buckingham

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on The Truth About Corporate Transformation
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review provides empirical analysis revealing that conventional wisdom about big, risky change initiatives is often wrong.
Book Duration 8m
Book Authors By Fabien Hassan, Kevin Whitaker, Lars Fæste, Martin Reeves

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on A Shared Passion for Place Can Make a Business More Resilient
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review discusses how the consequence of greater flexibility and mobility for nomadic executives can be a lack of place. Leaders who establish ties with the broader community of stakeholders are well positioned to help their organizations thrive in the face of that hardship.
Book Duration 3m
Book Authors By Morela Hernandez

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on Changing How We Think About Change
In this article from MIT Sloan Management Review, learn how innovation is not in itself a strategy but the mechanism for achieving a change in either magnitude, activity, or direction.
Book Duration 5m
Book Authors By B. Tom Hunsaker, Jonathan Knowles, Richard Ettenson

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on Leading in a Time of Increased Expectations
This article from MIT Sloan Management Review presents an interview with Lynn Good, CEO of Duke Energy Corp., on how today's digitally empowered customers have opinions about everything from where their energy should come from to when their bills should arrive.
Book Duration 11m
Book Authors By Lynn J. Good

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on A New Era for Culture, Change, and Leadership
In this article from MIT Sloan Management Review, learn about “an exciting quarter century of model building,” which helped define how people thought about and engaged with organizations.
Book Duration 13m
Book Authors By Edgar H. Schein, Peter A. Schein

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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on In Boardrooms, the Same Is a Shame
In this article from MIT Sloan Management Review, you'll learn the risks of uniformity within the executive suites of companies and organizations.
Book Duration 1m
Book Authors By MIT Sloan Management Review