Connecting Globally When Leading Change
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Connecting Globally When Leading Change

This course discusses communicating your full vision of change.
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Last updated 8/2017
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Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 3 Articles
  • 3 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Identify the essential components of communicating the change
  • Discover how to use storytelling to weave those components into a message that resonates with any culture
  • Explore the concepts of International English to create messaging that is clearly understood by all
  • Explore the common sources of resistance specific to global change
  • Identify strategies to overcome those sources of resistance
  • Discover suggested success strategies to the implementation phase of change
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Requirements
  • No advanced preparation or prerequisites are needed for this course.
  • Although each course may be taken individually, this is part 3 of a 3 part course.
Description

In this course we discuss communicating your full vision of change. The approach of storytelling is used to create connection. The concepts of International English are introduced to increase clarity of messaging across non-native speakers of English.

We then discuss common sources of resistance that occur specifically in creating change across cultures. We explore ways to overcome those objections. Finally, we discuss important suggestions and reminders to successful implementation of the change. 

Although each course may be taken individually, this is part 3 of a 3 part course.

1. Understanding Cultural Implications When Leading Change

2. Creating a Vision for Leading Global Change at Your Company

3. Connecting Globally When Leading Change 


Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone interested in Human Resources or re
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Curriculum For This Course
11 Lectures
02:03:34
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Introduction
8 Lectures 02:03:32


Components of Communicating Change (Continued)
10:43

Using International English to Communicate Your Change
12:33

Using International English to Communicate Your Change and Reducing Resistance
10:15

The Emotional Cycle
09:03

Large Scale Change, Cultural Implications, and Dealing with Resistance
08:33

Leading Global Change: Part 3 – Connecting Globally Continuous Play
01:01:48
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Supporting Materials
3 Lectures 00:02
Slides: Connecting Globally
00:00

Connecting Globally Glossary/Index
00:00

Workbook: Connecting Globally
00:00
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Review and Test
0 Lectures 00:00

Review Questions: Leading Global Change: Part 3 - Connecting Globally

Review Questions
5 questions

Final Exam: Leading Global Change: Part 3 - Connecting Globally

Final Exam
8 questions
About the Instructor
Illumeo Learning
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Illumeo, incorporated in 2009, is revolutionizing the hide-bound world of corporate learning. Illumeo works with corporate professionals and organizations of all sizes to build the skills and capabilities that help everyone be an expert at their job.

Based in Silicon Valley, CA, Illumeo serves thousands of corporations and corporate professionals across Finance, Accounting, Human Resources, Sales and Marketing. The platform offers assessments, industry-benchmarked competency analyses, hundreds of expert-developed courses, collaborative tools, and the ability for companies to self-publish internal courses that promote institutional knowledge retention and dissemination.

Illumeo is the place for expertise management and we are dedicated to the proposition that everyone can be an expert at their job.

Carlann Fergusson (Illumeo)
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Carlann Fergusson has been a coach, consultant and trainer to executives across the globe for over two decades. Her expertise is in building strong strategic skills and creating lasting behavioral change. She has guided high potentials to their next levels, turned around leaders who “leave dead bodies in their wake,” guided analytic CEOs who were struggling to create a compelling vision, and has helped hundreds of executives improve their interactions and business outcomes. Her astounding results can be credited to a blend of behavioral coaching, strategic mentoring and years of experience in corporate executive leadership.

Carlann has over a quarter of a century in leadership with companies such as Intel, Visteon, Press Ganey and Meijer. Over the course of her career she oversaw global talent and organizational development, conducted corporate strategic planning, led major organizational change initiatives, and oversaw a 700-person manufacturing operation. Carlann’s teams were awarded the highest company awards including two Intel Quality Awards, Press Ganey’s Innovation Award and Visteon’s Summit Award Finalist.

Known as “the high-potential expert,” Carlann has facilitated the selection and development of hundreds of promotional and succession candidates. She regularly speaks at major conferences and company events on the topics of executive and leadership success and is currently working on a book entitled Next in Line: Insider Secrets to Getting Promoted in Leadership. She has been cited in CBS MoneyWatch, International Business Times, Newsday, and The Boston Globe. 

She is proud to serve as an adjunct faculty for Northwestern University’s Leadership Certificate Program, and as a consultnat with Florida Institue of Technology assisting organizations with large scale global change. Her formal education includes a Masters in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and a Bachelors of Science in Psychology.