Great leaders don't merely witness organizational performance, they actively shape it today while preparing for the turbulence that tomorrow holds. Recognizing that effective leadership is the key to staying ahead of the competition, Thunderbird School of Global Management’s Change Management program equips you with the core knowledge and tools you need to positively impact your organization as it navigates the relentless waves of change. The two-day program immerses participants in an engaging, multi-cultural environment where insights and applications converge, empowering them to become a changemaker in their organizations. Throughout the learning, participants will work closely with peers from a wide array of industries and multi-cultural settings.

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Change Management Phoenix, AZ January 23-24, 2025 In-Person $1,500 Register

Key Benefits

  • Develop effective strategies for motivating teams, overcoming resistance, and implementing new processes.
  • Learn the latest best practices and tools for successful change management.
  • Build your personalized action plan for a critical change initiative you are currently confronting.


  • Refine your leadership skills to adapt your approach to different stages of change and inspire your team throughout the process.
  • Cultivate stress resilience and practical tools for managing anxieties associated with change.
  • Build agile and collaborative teams that thrive in dynamic environments.
  • Master strategies for measuring the success of change initiatives and communicating it effectively to stakeholders.
  • Learn to leverage technology to streamline and enhance change efforts.
  • Demonstrate the impact of your change in leadership and solidify your professional value.

Who Should Attend?

  • Front-line managers, middle-level managers, and senior leaders with profit and loss responsibility. 
  • Consultants, internal change agents, and HR personnel.
  • Nonprofit and public sector leaders.
  • Emerging changemakers and leaders in international organizations.
  • Professionals seeking the latest best practices and tools for successful change management.
  • High-performing individuals preparing for future leadership roles.
  • Leaders navigating change with limited flexibility and resources.
  • Professionals leading change in diverse and complex environments.


The program will use presentations, small group discussions, and a team-based change simulation to cover the following topics: 

  • Shifting perspectives and dismantling limiting beliefs for growth
  • Understanding and utilizing motivators
  • Adapting your approach to propel change through different stages
  • Fostering learning, collaboration, experimentation, and adaptability
  • Navigating practical tools for stress management and resilience
  • Establishing metrics, tracking progress, and demonstrating impact
  • Aligning stakeholders for change
  • Utilizing tools and resources to streamline and enhance change efforts
  • Developing practical strategies and resources for individual transformation


Why Thunderbird for Executive Education?

Thunderbird empowers global professionals to shape the changing landscapes impacting their enterprises by expanding and updating their future-ready skills and connecting them to a diverse network of global experts.

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