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Posted 3.8.07

As a champion for change, you face a daunting array of challenges at all levels of the organization. On April 25, join Weatherhead Instructor Paul Tolchinsky, Ph.D., for Change Leadership, a one-day program where he will provide strategies to deal more effectively with the human issues that often bog down change projects and overwhelm managers.

Attend this program and you will:
  • Discover a generic process for managing change that can be applied to diverse change situations
  • Be able to interpret the varying responses to change and appropriately deal with each
  • Build a roadmap for their current change initiative
  • Evaluate change from the perspective of the change targets and customize their approach to increase effectiveness with each stakeholder group

About the Instructor:

Tolchinsky has been consulting to major public and private corporations around the world for the past thirty years. He has extensive experience in creating and implementing business strategy; managing and facilitating large system change efforts; new plant design and entrepreneurial start-ups; and redesigning and restructuring organizations (both public and private).  His particular expertise is in the design of organizations, applying socio-technical principles and Whole-Scale™ Approaches to the process of change in organizations. He is internationally known as a pioneer in the development of Whole-Scale (Whole System) Approaches to change.

Tolchinsky is an instructor in the Department of Labor and Human Resource Policy at the Case Weatherhead School of Management.


The Weatherhead School offers over 50 programs throughout the year covering an array of business topics. Visit our Web site for a complete seminar schedule, full descriptions and other valuable information to help you select the seminar that's right for you.

Enroll today -- seats fill quickly.

For more information about Weatherhead Executive Seminars:

Phone: 216.368.6413
E-mail: seminars@case.edu
Web: http://weatherhead.case.edu/exed/

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