This final session pulls together all of the essential elements of the entire program and provides complete integration of the “consulting” and “change leadership” journey. Students will present a critical analysis of their primary external client project and receive feedback from the full cohort and key faculty. The session will also focus on “evaluation” and “closure” as essential pillars in successful organizational change. Students will have the opportunity to meet a variety of practitioners on a career panel and begin a personal career development plan.
Upon completion of this course, successful students will be able to:
- Present critical analysis of change leadership and consulting projects
- Understand the key success strategies in comprehensive change projects through integration of program outcomes, principles and best practices
- Recognize personal developmental strengths and KSA (knowledge skills and abilities) gaps for continued professional development
- Understand the consulting steps of “evaluation” and “closure”
- Identify various career paths in the “change leadership” and “consulting” fields through panel discussions
Enrollment in this course is restricted. Students must submit an application and be accepted into the Certificate in Organizational Consulting and Change Leadership in order to register for this course.
Current Georgetown students must create an application using their Georgetown NetID and password. New students will be prompted to create an account.
- XCPD-445 - Group Dynamics: Facilitating the Human Element in Organizational Change (Complete)
- XCPD-444 - Essential Facilitation Skills for Consultants and Leaders (Complete)
- XCPD-443 - Interventions: Intention, Impact and Results (Complete)
- XCPD-447 - Engagement: Data Collection and Analysis; Preparing Client Feedback (Complete)
- XCPD-442 - Organization and Change Theory (Complete)
- XCPD-441 - Basic Foundations: Organizational Consulting and Change Leadership (Complete)